The zoo and an escape room… 20. September 2016

 Oatmeal porridge with honey and a cup of coffee.

 Golden fried shrimp (with potato breading and sweet & spicy sauce) @ Mack Bar-B-Que. These were so yummy!

 Damnation burger (mozzarella, fiery hot mayo, jalapeno salsa, nachos, coleslaw). So juicy and deliciously spicy! I also had a delicious orange lemonade.,

 Mulk’s porridge with chanterelle and pork sauce; some salad and buttered rye bread on the side.


We went to the zoo in the morning and ended up spending most of the day there. I keep forgetting how big Tallinn Zoo has become and how long it actually takes to walk through the entire place. I love the zoo though and I am always so happy to see how they are working over there to give all the animals better habitats. The place used to be a tiny terrible concrete box where all animals lived in small cages with no greenery around, but now it’s really becoming a beautiful place with hopefully happier animals.

 Pretty Bird


 Food Time

One of the golden eagles took a particular interest in my boyfriend and chased him around in his cage. This was super peculiar!

 Big Cow



 Derpy Goat

 The Scariest Carnivore of Them All. Yikes!

 All the Monkeys xD

 Baby Monkey ♥

 A Blue Crab


 Vantsid ♥

Later in the evening we went to Escape Room. I’ve never been to an escape room before so I had really no idea what to expect. We tried out their “Prison Break” game where you had to, surprise-surprise, bust out of a prison in 60minutes. I am so glad I went there with smart people, because I couldn’t have figured out half of the puzzles myself xD I managed to open one code locked box, which was my only feat in the game… but it was super fun! We had about 8 minutes left on the timer when we got out. I want to go again 😀

We eventually crashed at our place where I cooked our guests some dinner. First time I managed a proper mulk’s porridge, so I think this all was a success 😀

Luige Country Fair 2016

There was a country fair near our city and I really wanted to go and see some farm animals, so I pestered my boyfriend until he relented and drove me there. The fair was huge it giant section of farming equipment, all sorts of plants and tree saplings, handicraft and foods all for show and for sale too. I was most excited about the farm (and exotic) animal exhibition. I kind of wish that the tent where most of the animals were placed under had more windows open or a better ventilation some other way, because it was rather stuffy under there and some of the furrier animals (like foxes) seemed to be too hot 😦

But still, it was a great fair and I had fun walking round there. I saw alpacas, ostriches, turkeys and kangaroos up close for the first time in my life; plus some other odd animals and birds. Later we bought some delicious farm produce and went home to enjoy it all.




 Scary things.

 Boats and tractors




 I think these were Chinse geese, but not too sure


 Turkeys are such weird birds

 Omnomnom in progress

 Different calves



 And another alpaca


 The tiniest horse ever

 Dried fish

7.May 2016