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I took your hand without a delay...

The journey of life began in one place,
The two of us, though unknowns,
Even if by fate we parted ways,
Our relationship is a wonderful thing of fate,

The same freedom that parents gave to me,
You gave me with love and comfort,
The time we spent as lovers were least,
You proposed to me to be your bride,

That short time spent as your girlfriend,
I felt that you are the one who created to me in the world,
Regretting the time before you met,
I took your hand without a delay, -Theewari
image: KindPNG

Let it go....

“In Arendelle's fair kingdom, a ruler did appear Born with a secret power so great, alone, she stayed in fear Although the force was hidden, one day she let it go And all the land was covered in eternal ice and snow”

The Sea Starts Here....

Hey guys!

Yesterday when I walk through the Tallinn, I saw this marked rainwater hatch. I thought that it would be great to share it with you. It conveys a big message to humankind. I do love the sea. If you a person who loves the sea or nature, don't put the cigarette butts, plastic, or anything rejected by nature here. Also, if you want to know more about this, here it is.


ඉපදුන දා දියණිය ලෙස මම ඔබගේ, ඵල දැරුවා පෙර භවයේ කුසල් මගේ, වාසනාව​ මමය කියා නුබේ ලොවේ, ඉටුකෙරුවා සැමවිට මා සිතු පැතු දේ... පිටුවෙන් පිටුව පෙරලෙන විට මගෙ දිවියේ, පිටවූයේ මම හැම දියණියක ලෙසේ, ඉටු කරනට බැරිවුන ඔබේ සිහින වෙතේ, දුක් නොවන්න මම සතුටින් ඔහු සෙවනේ... 
- තීවරී

Back To The Wilderness....

Any nature lovers?

If you want to take a picture like this one, you should go into a dense jungle. But I took this picture from standing in a little forest which is near to a small town in Estonia. Here that adorable small town.

Viljandi is located in Southern Estonia. It is one of the most visited summer festival destinations in Estonia. I reached there by train. The train is the easiest way to get to the Viljandi.
There are giant strawberries around the Viljandi city. They make the city delicious. These strawberries are based on a painting called Strawberry Eaters. There are eight strawberries around the city.

The ruins of Viljandi Castle is the most attractive place for the tourists. On the way to the castle, you will find this Viljandi Suspension Bridge. It was a present to the Viljandi city from the lord of the Tarvastu Manor Karl von Mensenkampff.

Due to the wars, Viljandi Castle has only a few stone walls today. 

The remaining wall of the Viljandi castle's convent is still …


Who doesn't love Winnie-the-Pooh?

Once upon a time in England, there was a little boy whose name was Christopher Robin Milne. He had a toy bear called Edward Bear. Every day He was playing with this Edward Bear and the rest of his toy animals. One day his father, A. A. Milne saw this and decided Christopher and his toy animals best for a bedtime story. From that day on, they embraced by millions of children and adults. A. A. Milne named that story as Winnie-the-Pooh. After that, Christopher changed the name of his Edward Bear as Winnie.
Today, real Winnie-the-Pooh and four of his best friends—Eeyore, Piglet, Kanga, and Tigger have been living at the main branch of The New York Public Library.
I also have a toy Pooh Bear. He reminded me to draw him.


Here is one of my various hobbies. Drawing and painting are a great way to relax.

Tweety is my first drawing while I was in the pandemic.

The River Guarded By Twin Castles....

Hey guys! Can you imagine two fortresses guard a border in nowadays?

The two giant castles on each other two opposite banks that it seems like a historical movie. If you want to see this view, you should go to the Narva, in Estonia. Narva is the third-largest city in Estonia and the country's eastern extreme point. Also, Narva is the border city between Estonia and Russia. This river is Estonia's largest river, which called the Narva river. The river forms the border. Estonia on the right and Russia on the left.
Here are some facts about Narva. Let's begin to know how to reach there. There are three ways to reach Narva from Tallinn by train, bus, or car. I chose the bus option. It took at least 2 hours and 50 minutes to reach Narva.
First, I went to the Narva Museum. There are no less than 15 minutes of walking distance from the bus station to the Narva museum. This beautiful city views captured my attention as I was heading toward the museum.

The monument of Paul Keres is…

Explore Tallinn Surroundings...

I went to my first trip out of the Tallinn. It is Paldiski. Paldiski is away 50 km by road from Tallinn. Paldiski is one of the famous cities in Estonia to tourism. It is located on a peninsula.

I went there by train which leaves the Baltijaam train station. Usually, it will take an hour to get there by train. There are beautiful sceneries along the way.

Near the train station, you will find these directions signboards. Those will help you to find which way the tourist destinations.

I choose Pakerort cliff and Pakri lighthouse. It is several kilometers of hiking. So... I took a taxi to reach the Pakerort cliff.
Pakerort cliff is an ancient cliff wall on the western coast of the Pakri peninsula and also the highest coastal terrace. The maximum height of the Pakerort cliff is 24 meters. Beautiful plants and trees hide the terrace.

The edge of the cliff may be in danger of collapse and slippery. Be careful! The stair is leading down from the edge of the cliff.

When you climb down the sta…