I liked the eating part the most. You see, we got funding from this institution that funds projects for people under 18. We got, like, 600€! And then, we thought - ok, gonna buy enough food for 20 ppl, that's how many of us there are...nope! Only 13 of us turned up, and we got SOOO much leftover food! We made pizza in the evening and we were basically force-fed with pancakes in the morning. Before leaving we had to allocate all the leftover leftovers, too, and I got: 1 1/3 loaves of bread; 1 loaf of white bread; x 7; 1 litre of juice syrup; a banana and a Snickers!
Oh, oh, and the transport! We went and came with these babies: 3.bp.blogspot.com/_4j7mESJuxko… ...except for it was estonian, of course. I was surprised by how comfy it was! A little bit noisy, sure, but if you have warm clothes on, it's a way better place to sleep in than a regular family car :3
Btw, on Friday I got a terrible throat ache with cough... and after the 14-km hike, I got a fever... we didn't have a thermometer, but I was burning in the head :C Today has been a bit better and I even went on the snowshoe trip as I told you, but I still think I have a high temperature... also, I'm not telling my parents about the fever(unbelievable, I know), because we have a national holiday tomorrow - the 96th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia - and I don't want to be stuck with my family all day.
Have a happy new week everyone!