There’s often a disconnect between the direction of government and the vibe on the streets. I’m not talking hip-hop crews, hipsters or the wider youth, I’m talking about the majority of decent everyday Estonians, no matter what their language or age.
Estonia, believe it or not, is diverse in cultures and races. The numbers are lower, naturally, but the range is there. Pakistani families enjoy trips to Ülemiste Keskus on a Saturday, Nigerian friends sing and dance on Stroomi Rand, Brazilians throw parties with great food and conversation. Many countries of the world have representation here, with cultures to share and friendship to offer.