I know that it is only July and we still have one month of summer ahead of us, but I would like to appreciate the Estonian summer before it ends. Since the first rays of sunshine hit this country, it became a totally different place. At least for me. People who have been hiding in their homes finally stepped out of their houses and started interacting with the world. I am exaggerating of course, but still the city is full of life now. Due to the fact that during summer the sun basically doesn’t set, you have the opportunity to really use every hour of every day.
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