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The ferry is for sure Tallink which goes between Stockholm and Tallinn, it departs stockholm at 5:45 p.m. and arrives in tallinn at 10a.m. the following morning.(Edited the ferry time from 6 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.)
SPEAKING OF AMAZING...I was in Tallinn today with the interns and the GC&SU team that served at Brett's camp, and while we were there we wandered into the square in Old Towne. I heard one of the guys say, "They're filming something over there...wait, isn't that the guy from 'The Amazing Race?'"My head whipped around to where they were pointing, and I yelled out "Phil!!!"Yes, it was in fact Phil Keoghan, host of "The Amazing Race," filming a segment for what I guess was the Estonian leg of my favorite reality show EVER. I almost peed myself. I'm not even ashamed to admit it. It was incredible.The craziest part about it is that my mom and I had just had a full conversation about the show on Wednesday when we were talking on Skype. We've been talking about applying for the show for awhile now, but we have to wait until I'm 21 so I'll be eligible to race. We explained our full strategy to Chris the other night...when we're one the show, we will be the crazy Christian women that praise Jesus and throw our competitors under the bus. We will annihilate the competition.Really, I just took the moment as a sign from God that I am definitely supposed to be on the show. Then my beloved Phil and I will be reunited, and I won't have to worry about the production people coming up to me and asking me not to yell at him and to avoid standing in the back of the frame and staring.
looks like they are gonna be all about the old town of Tallinn tomorrow... the first destination they are going is also in the old town anyways its 2:30 a.m. here and i cant get any sleep... too excited.. where will i park my car in the port so i could both drive them if needed and also take pictures of all of them in a one go... millions of questions lol... ETA for ferry to arrive is 7 and a half hours
9 legs total, 8 legs spoiled! (Counting UAE as 2, unless we have only 10 legs.) Likely 2 more to go.Only 1 new country though.
I think teams flew from Amsterdam to Stockholm, did some tasks and learned that the leg is not over and they take the ferry to Tallinn to finish the second half of the leg.
Quote from: mjriches2005 on August 02, 2009, 07:42:44 PMI think teams flew from Amsterdam to Stockholm, did some tasks and learned that the leg is not over and they take the ferry to Tallinn to finish the second half of the leg. I was just suggesting tha same thing to puddin, in a PM a few hours ago... I'm with you ....
Quote from: Neobie on August 02, 2009, 07:18:35 PM9 legs total, 8 legs spoiled! (Counting UAE as 2, unless we have only 10 legs.) Likely 2 more to go.Only 1 new country though. And no Africa yet. I'm getting nervous.