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Found in Estonia bi-weekly podcast is sharing conversations with foreigners who have made Estonia their home.
It’s here to inspire more open-mindedness, bring people together and turn "anonymous foreigner" stereotypes into real-life humans.
Foreigners are sharing their experiences, useful tips, recommendations, and hilarious thoughts about Estonians and life in Estonia.


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Found in Estonia Tiina Pärtel

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Found in Estonia bi-weekly podcast is sharing conversations with foreigners who have made Estonia their home.
It’s here to inspire more open-mindedness, bring people together and turn "anonymous foreigner" stereotypes into real-life humans.
Foreigners are sharing their experiences, useful tips, recommendations, and hilarious thoughts about Estonians and life in Estonia.


Learn more about all the episodes and join the monthly newsletter:
www.foundinestonia.ee

    #58 Tiina Pärtel: good bye for now

    #58 Tiina Pärtel: good bye for now

    Found in Estonia podcast episode #58 with Tiina Pärtel the creator and host of this podcast.

    It’s time for a break. This episode will go over What? Why? When? What else to listen to instead of this podcast? What was created with this podcast? And What else does the future bring?

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    • 20 min
    #57 Michiel Oude Alink from the Netherlands to Estonia: Cycling in Tallinn seems horrifying and terrifying

    #57 Michiel Oude Alink from the Netherlands to Estonia: Cycling in Tallinn seems horrifying and terrifying

    Found in Estonia podcast episode number 57 with Michiel Oude Alink from the Netherlands. 

    Michiel shares how life can be outside of bigger cities. He explains why after growing up in the Netherlands and using his bike as a basic means of transportation, cycling in Tallinn just seems horrifying and terrifying.

    We also chat about: 

    *How did his relationship with Estonia got started by an online LOTR game?

    *Is taking your shoes off common in Estonia?

    *Eating potatoes and sandwiches

    *And how the Estonian language seems a bit sing-songy to him! 



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    • 53 min
    #56 Maiko from Japan to Estonia: without the mountains, the sky seemed too close

    #56 Maiko from Japan to Estonia: without the mountains, the sky seemed too close

    Found in Estonia podcast episode number 56 with Maiko from Japan. 



    Maiko is a Japanese-born music-loving woman. Unlike most of the previous podcast guests, she is living in a small city Pärnu, famous for its seaside.

    In this episode we chat about: 

    *How she met her husband back in Japan

    *What does she think about Estonian sushi and ramen places?

    *Why did she first feel like the Estonian sky is too close to her?

    *What do to in Pärnu during the winter, when all the people seem to be lost?

    *What's the deal with Estonians and grocery shopping?



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    • 53 min
    #55 Hande Akiman from Turkey to Estonia: Estonians are not aware that they live in a country better than two-thirds of countries in the world

    #55 Hande Akiman from Turkey to Estonia: Estonians are not aware that they live in a country better than two-thirds of countries in the world

    Found in Estonia podcast episode #55 with Hande Akiman from Turkey. 



    Hande and her husband decided they are going to move to another country. So they started looking at the world map. 4 years later they enjoy living in Estonia a lot. She says she really feels happy in Estonia. Learn from the episode what makes her feel like that!

    Other topics we chat about: 

    * Is eating fish for breakfast normal?

    * Turkish hammam vs Estonian sauna?

    * Estonia the porridge country?

    * Turkish cuisines!

    * Why do Estonians compare themselves with the Nordics?



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    • 1 hr 4 min
    #54 Nikola Kolev from Bulgaria to Estonia: your language is one of the best for singing!

    #54 Nikola Kolev from Bulgaria to Estonia: your language is one of the best for singing!

    Found in Estonia podcast episode #54 with Nikola Kolev from Bulgaria.

    Nikola is a professional musician, singing teacher, and voice-over artist with high energy and lots of stories to share. Get ready, grab your popcorn, and join Nikola's stories about:

    * how creating a sensational boy band brought him to Estonia

    * how he got into trouble with border control, because of reverse head motions they use in Bulgaria

    * way he raises his children to speak 3 languages properly

    * why is the Estonian language presumably one of the best for singing?



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    • 1 hr 17 min
    #53 Piret Potisepp: founder of Tallinn Designtours

    #53 Piret Potisepp: founder of Tallinn Designtours

    Found in Estonia podcast episode #53 with Piret Potisepp

    This episode is in collaboration with Tallinn Designtours. 

    Namely, Piret Potisepp is a well-traveled and active Estonian. She has lived in multiple countries and besides her daily job, she is the founder of Tallinn Designtours. In this episode we talk about: 

    *How did Piret's interest in design start?

    *What is special about her design tours?

    *How does she find designers to visit?

    *What does the future hold for the Designtours?

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    • 34 min

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