With post-Eurovision blues, I felt a day of travel would suffice and where better, than across the water to another country. I find solace in travelling and love the social interactions with the locals - or strangers, but then a stranger is a friend I've not yet met.
So let's get to it and show you a small part of bliss, from another country. This story takes place between Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia and back again. The woman who sold me the ticket for the bus tour a few days prior, suggested to me that I should go and check out the Old Town in Tallinn as she felt I'd like it there.
So the journey from Helsinki to Tallinn takes two hours, however, the ferry takes an addtional 30 minutes to port and it'll take another 15-30 minutes before you're off the ferry and free to independently roam. So as I mentioned earlier, the woman who sold me the bus tour ticket was right, I loved every second of Tallinn.
The electric-eco-friendly-bike-trailer-thing (I do apologise I don't have a clue what it's called. [Actually, it is called a bike cab]), was our preferred option as it was cheaper than the bus over all and only cost 35€ (£30.95) - which was a 10 minute journey from the ferry port to the Old Town - and an additional 5€ (£4.42) per passenger.
Below, however, you will see a few different pictures that I wanted to include in this, that I took in Tallinn. There's just so much in this country to appreciate, I'm just upset I didn't get to see more of it.
Two hours was no where near enough time to venture this wonderful part of Europe. I only really had an hour to have a look round as by 4pm local time (2pm GMT), we had to start making our way back to the ferry as it departed at half past.
I loved my short time in Tallinn and I feel as I want to see more, it's somewhere I want to go back to. Next time I'll be looking back at my last 24 hours in Finland, which was quite fun and almost expensive. So this is it for now. Until next time.