Summer has unofficially arrived in Estonia, with three straight days of unbelievable sunshine.
Off course three days doesn't make a summer but its a great start and for the last few days the sun hasn't gone down until nearly midnight and at no time does it go completely dark.
Yesterday we spent the night in the countryside in a small village called Naistevälja. In many ways it's typical of any far flung Irish village with a group of houses hosting the same families for countless generations surrounded by an army of green fields. However unlike the typical Irish village, this villages was bathed in sunshine and even I managed to get a tan and no I don't mean lobster red.
The bonfire burnt ferociously, the food was sizzlingly and the beer tasted ever so sweet.
Now im back in Tallinn the sun is still shining, but without that cooling country breeze.
The countryside would have been idyllic had it not been for the mosquitoes that seemed to devote their very existance to bite the hell out of me.
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