and its december

Ma käisin jälle Leedus.

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Vilniusest on Londoni kõrval saamas üks minu lemmikuid linnasid – siiani ei saa sellest veel küllalt. Tekkis võimalus sinna väga-väga hea pakkumisega minna ja kuna kõigil käed-jalad tööd täis, siis mis siin ikka – läksin üksi. Sain ka Tallinnas armsate eco laifferitega (või siis osaga neist) natukene aega veeta enne pikka bussisõitu. Ilma eriliste ootusteta minek annab võimaluse selleks, et kõike võib juhtuda. Plaanisingi omal käel linna avastada ja seda ma ka tegin: jalutasin Uzupises (kunstnike/hipsterite linnaosa) ringi, vanalinnas, ronisin ka päevavalguses Kolme Risti mäe otsa, käisin KGB muuseumis, mis oli väga huvitav, kogesin jällegi Vilniuse ülichilli ööelu ja lihtsalt nautisin kogu seal veedetud aega. Kuna leedukatele rääkisin asjast eelmisel õhtul, siis oli loomulik, et enamusel juba omad plaanid olemas. Õnneks aga läksid asjad niipidi, et minu jaoks ikkagi leiti aega ning seetõttu veetsingi suurema enamuse nv-st Matasega koos. Tore on koos olla inimesega, kes linna tunneb, teab häid kohti kuhu minna, mida näha ja kellega kordagi igav ei hakka. Kvaliteetaeg suure algustähega.

Ja mis nüüd? Semester hakkab läbi saama, ongi käes pmst viimane nädal mil end kooli vaja ajada ja edasi läheb suureks essee-magistritöö kirjutamiseks (ma loodan).

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English: I went to Lithuania again. Vilnius is becoming one of my favourite cities next to London – still can’t get enough of it. I had a really good chance to go there and since everyone else was busy or had plans – I went alone. On Thursday I also got to spend some quality time with some of my Eco Lifers in Tallinn and then it was time for the long bus ride again. I didn’t have any expectations about the weekend, but that is when the best things tend to happen. I explored the city on my own, walked around Uzupis, the Old Town, climbed on top of the Three Cross mountain during the daytime as well, went to the KGB museum, experienced the chill nightlife of Vilnius again and many other things. Since I kinda said to the lithuanians that I was coming at the very last minute, people already had plans. Luckily things went that way that for the most part of the weekend I spent time with Matas. It’s amazing to spend time with someone who knows the city, knows the good (and bad haha) places to go, what to see and with whom you’re never bored. Quality time with a capital “Q”.

And what now? The semester’s coming to an end, its basically the last week of lectures and seminars and from here on, writing essays and my master’s thesis (hopefully). 

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