Isa and Miina arrived on Friday, 5.01.2018 in Tallinn. From the port, we headed to Vana-Sirge rabbit farm, where we had dinner.
On Friday, 6.01 after breakfast we had a walk in Viru bog.
At noon, we visited the workshop of a local ceramics producer Virve Kerm in Kolga. She gave an overview of her workshop, answered our questions and showed us her work in progress.
We had a light lunch at Kuusiku Nature Farm with the hostess Sirje Kuusik. She also showed us around and introduced accommodation possibilities at the farm.
Then, we visited Madi Holiday House, where hostess Pille Rüütel introduced us her accommodation possibilities and made a little excursion at her place.
For the evening, we arrived at Vana-Sirge, where we introduced rabbit farm to our guests, followed by dinner where also local handicraft wines were tasted.
On Sunday, 7.01 after breakfast we headed to Pudisoo Holiday House (Annenhof), wheer hostess Anne Masing showed home accommodation possibilities. After luch at Vana-Sirge we drove to Tallinn, where after a brief sightseeing in the Old Town, the guests left at the Port.
Tareq Taylor, a chef and TV-personality from Sweden visited Soomaa for filming new series for his highly popular show, “Tareq Taylor’s Nordic Cookery”, broadcasted in over 100 countries all over the world.
“Miesai un Garam IK”
(For the Body and Soul)
LATVIAN TRADITIONAL PIRTS* (BATHHOUSE) RITUALS
Latvian traditional pirts is known as wet bathhouse, where one gets use of the hot air, moisture (steam), water and plants as they work on human organism.