Estonia. A country where houses still have names instead of numbers. Where you can still assume water in nature is safe for drinking. Where you can experience the most Northern point of the European mainland. Where all native European Apex predators are alive and kicking and pay you a visit at your tent. Where they are so humble to make jokes like ‘ “Why don’t you have a tan? you have summer in Estonia right?’ – “Well yeah but I was at office that day” ‘ but actually summer is very pleasant . Where there are no crappy rules against camping in nature. Where Russian and European cultures blend in relatively smoothly even during these times.A country which represents how the Netherlands would look like without sacrificiing the land for big agro: Huge amounts of forest, peatland with bodies of water, peat/swamp which has gone undrained to sell for firemaking or construction. Heatherlands which are not kept dry and sandy so people can let their dog out ‘ comfortably’ like in NL. A great example on how nature should be conserved. And I had the opportunity how to document a beautiful program made to help integrate local severely disadvantaged youth with the rest by the construction of an adventure playground in a kindergarten just by using construction surplus materials!And most of all the gratitude I feel for the beautiful people I met from there !