Estonia - second trip

Posted by Claudia Moser on 11:33 AM
Somehow Estonia manages to fascinate me each time, one way or another. If I look back to the two and a half days I can definetely take some wonderful memories and some not so great events.

I just love the beach close to Narva, it was so amazing open, sandy, warm, deserted, welcoming. I do not know how to describe it best. I loved to walk along the beach and discover the place where the river Narva meets the sea. It was so peaceful, quite a luxury moment after a tough morning (meeting with a supplier). I am so grateful that I had the chance to see it and I think I will consider to go back there during the summer for a longer weekend. Below pictures to witness my statement ...

For the not so great moments I do remember sitting for 2 hours in a plane and praying that they will find the missing ring for the wing so that we will not loose any more fuel and that we will be able to take off. In the end I did get home with 3 hours delay but seeing Peter at the airport made everything all right. And now I am home and dreaming of the summer ...



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