|The remains of one of the guns.|
|Old concrete ruins. Complete with scary military guy.|
|Old and rusty naval mines.|
|Perfectly harmless. Just don't touch them too hard.|
By the way, apparently the only way to move around the island is to use giant military trucks or Land Rovers.
|I should have chosen the Land Rovers.|
The first group activity that we did was orienteering. We were divided into groups of four and then given an hour and a half to find certain points in a small area of the island. Luckily, my teammates spoke English and because of me our team name was "Ameerika". Let's just say Ameerika didn't do so well this weekend.
Our first challenge was to try and match the shapes of Estonian counties with their names... I was no help. Then we were given a map and compass, and we tried to find the checkpoints. At some of the checkpoints we had to do certain tasks... The only one I was good at was skipping stones. In the end everyone's points were tallied and Team Ameerika ended up coming in 13th! Unfortunately there were 13 teams.
I had a lot of free time to roam around the compound -- I mean hotel -- so I just took my camera and walked...
|Good taste in paint jobs. Bad taste in ideologies.|
|Google Translate tells me that this says "Flammable!" I thought it said "OreoNacho!" I'm disappointed.|