Hello, dear readers.

I am writing to you from just outside Flensburg in Germany. I've been here for 6 days now and I am going back to Estonia on Sunday (arriving on Monday 00:20). It's been one hell of a week and one crazy experience. We arrived on the 20th and traveled from Tallinn to Helsinki, then from there we went to Hamburg by plane and after that a pretty long ride from Hamburg to Flensburg by Train. The following few days from Monday to Sunday we had to go a Biotechnology Workshop where we did some CSI type experiments and among other things grew some bacteria and learned to handle pipets - these things. We had a lecture on nanotechnology and learned some stuff about DNA analysis and how to make promotors and such. In between these lessons we went out on town and took a short trip to Denmark. I'm currently here. I'm staying with the Engelbrecht's. They have a pig farm with about 900 to 1200 pigs and a whole lot of land. This really big house and a really nice cats. Nine of them. Haven't seen them THAT much but I know they're around here somewhere.

The Biotechnology Workshop involved 19 people: 2 from Poland, 3 from Finland, 3 from Estonia and 11 from Germany. It lasted for the period of 5 days and yesterday we had a farewell barbique.

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Back to the story.
I've gone out shopping once but I didn't really find anything.

I think the Germans think the Estonians and the Finnish are having way too much fun here and really don't like us drinking and otherwise having a good time. We don't mind though, we probably won't see them again for a long long time.

We got along a lot better with the Fins actually. I don't know why but the Germans seemed very uptight or conservative may be a better word. I mean some of them, most of them were actually really really cool and nice people and I hope to meet them again soon.

The Fins are probably at Hamburg or on the plane as I'm writing this so good bye Fins. It wouldn't have been the same without you.

One more party today and some other stuff and then we're ready to go home.

I don't really want to but what are you going to do, eh?

See you in Estonia.