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About EstoniaTallinnRed

  • Birthday 21/08/1945

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    Tallinn, Estonia. Where most of the women are beautiful.
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    City, computers, movies, DIY, reading, Television, Quizes, Transport.(Anything that moves on it's own)

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  1. I think you are right and I also think and maybe it will happen, is that there will be a two minutes silence before KO, to remember all who lost their lives in this tragic pandemic!
  2. Oh so sorry Tommy, such a beautiful cat, was she a British Blue or a British Short hair, our Sonny Jim was a cream spotted British Short hair and just like you we miss him so much. On other news, it seems all cruises Tallinn to Stockholm have been suspended and won't be back again before April the 21st, it's a shame, but we must stay safe, we have been on this cruise a few times and it's very good with a great show in the bar there and back. great value for money and of course you get to see Stockholm as well. Highly recommended.
  3. Good Afternoon all from sunny Tallinn, a shame this virus is keeping most people in including my wife and me. According to the Government website as of yesterday 404 have been diagnosed with COVID19 in Estonia, 28 in hospital, 7 in intensive care, 5 in a critical condition. 18 are men and 10 women, the youngest is in their 20's and the oldest is in their 80's. Schools have been closed for a over a week now and lessons where possible are conducted online, with playgrounds closed as well. All bars and cafes will be closed from the 27th, although most are already shut, also in shopping centres only supermarkets and pharmacies are allowed to open and for some reason bike shops, there is a two metre rule for distancing at checkouts etc. Gatherings of more than two people are not allowed and they say if the amount of cases increase heavily then further restrictions will be implemented. Buses are running as normal, but are quite empty most of the day and considering travel is free in Tallinn for all residents, it shows that a hell of a lot are working from home and people are not venturing out for anything else than essentials. So at the moment not too bad, but the way this virus is going who knows what the situation will be in the next few weeks. IMO, the Government are doing very well. In conclusion, to all of you out there, take care, stay safe and in the words of Jack Reacher "plan for the worst and hope for the best"
  4. Tommy keep drinking the vodka, if you run out you can come to Tallinn on the ferry, if it's going, there is plenty here and at cheaper prices mainly because the Finns are not coming at the moment. My wife and I are booked on the mini cruise to Stockholm on the 20th April as it's our tenth wedding anniversary, not sure if it will go. Take care mate and all the best!
  5. Yes, they said on the news that the supermarkets will need 25,000 new staff! I hope all of you are staying well and will weather the storm, the conditions here are not too bad, being a very small country population wise and Estonians are not well know for their social behaviour anyway, especially the elderly. On the other hand they are very family oriented and grand parents help their families with child care etc, but at the moment although lot's of cafes and clubs are closed and the Old Town is deserted, everyone seems to be shopping sensibly and after the initial panic buying, especially bog rolls, it seems to have settled down, somewhat. Still we are not being complacent. Take care all OTIB'ers.
  6. The good thing about this virus is that it looks like Eurovision will be cancelled. Saves us being close to last again.
  7. I don't think he even noticed he was there himself!
  8. Cancelled my Robins TV audio (Radio Bristol) which renews automatically on the 22nd March, as not much point of paying for nothing. Will renew when play commences again. In the meantime I have watch two Russian Premier games on Hesgoal, Zenit 7 Ural 1 and Arsenal Tuba 0 Rubin Kazan 1 both good fast games, with a sending off for Rubin, even so they still won. The commentator said that after Monday all Russian Prem games will be suspended. which is unfortunate as they have just come back after their Winter break.
  9. Don't know what I will be doing, shopping with the wife is usual when there's no footy. but went to the local supermarket this afternoon and there was no tissues, in fact all bog and kitchen rolls were sold out as well. There are only 16 cases here in Estonia and most of them have recovered. including a man from Iran, so already we have panic buying and it will probably get worse. Fun days ahead! I hope all of you will be able to avoid this horrible virus and it will go sooner than later, best wishes to all.
  10. Don't forget Mike Thresher, what a solid and hard fullback!
  11. You are right there, I even think the defence seems more confident with Maenpaa behind them.
  12. Still that's 7 more than we usually have, exciting!
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