On Sunday we went out for a small road trip to Jägala Juga (Jägala Waterfall) which we had heard was all frozen up during winter. Jägala Waterfall is only 8 meters high, but it’s the highest natural waterfall we have in Estonia.
It seemed to be a surprisingly popular place to visit on a Sunday. I would have preferred less people around, but meh what can you do :p
We approached the waterfall from the wrong side and thus had to make our way down on a steep and slippery hillside (we didn’t notice that there were stairs on the other side). I managed to fall and hit my bum pretty hard xD And my leggings were all wet afterwards for the rest of the trip. So uncomfortable
Under the waterfall. The other side of the waterfall was slightly cooler and you could actually peek behind the fall where a cave had formed… but since people were kind of hoarding that place for family pictures and selfies, we didn’t really get a chance to take a closer look at it. I didn’t feel like being rude and pushing my way through people like some others did.
I took some video footage of the waterfall as well. I apologize for the “masterful and oh so popular shaky cam effect” on this video. I should really stop being lazy and start carrying a tripod with me or smth
On our way back home, after we had stocked up with hot cocoa/coffee and steaming hot cheese rolls at a gas station, we stopped at a tiny local graveyard as well.
Not sure why exactly, but we seem to visit a lot of graveyards, my boyfriend and I.
We were out and about for only a couple of hours, but I am so glad we stopped being lazy and dragged ourselves outdoors. It was lovely.