16. The Estonian Song and Dance Festivals.
17. Tallinn's Christmas market.
18. Walks in the forest.
19. Eating wild berries picked from the forest.
20. The beautiful melodic sound of the Estonian language.
29. Clean air.
30. Tartu. My grandmother's hometown.
31. The invention of Skype.
33. Tallinn Old Town Days.
37. Tallinn's pedestrian crossings. The timer display is really great for knowing how long you have left to cross the road!
38. Traditional wooden weaving machine.
39. Nordic snowflake designs.
40. National costume.
41. Drinking Glögi at Christmas time.
42. Estonian proverbs. 'Vana arm ei roosteta' (old love does not rust).
43. Jaan Kross novels.
44. Kalev chocolates.
45. Beautiful old wooden houses.
46. Patterns from Estonian mittens.
47. The film Vehkleja (The Fencer).
49. The Song Mother tradition.
50. Estonian national costume fabrics.
51. Estonians reverence for old traditions as well as new technologies.
52. Kuressaare Castle.
53. Estonia's vibrant start-up scene.
54. Maiasmokk Cafe. Famous for its mazipan, it has been a great place to eat out for generations.
55. Estonian Folk art.
56. Old Estonian manor houses.
57. Tallinn's Bastion passages.
58. Wandering around Tallinn's Old Town and discovering new things.
59. Beautiful Estonian homes with large gardens, cute wooden fences and apple trees.
60. Tartu University. One the finest in the region.
61. Estonian initatives such as World Cleanup Day.
62. Kasmu - a lovely place where the the forest meets the Baltic Sea.
63. Cornflowers and all the cute things you can make with them.
64. Tartu's Gunpowder Cellar Restaurant.
65. Spending time outdoors in the countryside.
66. Lemon pepper.
67. Seeing storks perched high in their nests (mainly in South Estonia).
68. Homewares featuring traditional Estonian patterns/designs.
69. Folk hero Kalevipoeg.
70. The village of Nõo. It may be a small place but it's where my family are from.
71. The fabric of Nõo parish.
73. The Estonian History Museum.
74. St. Martin's Day Fair held at Tallinn's Saku Suurhall.
75. School caps.
76. Traditional recipes.
77. Estonian song - Isamaa Ilu Hoieldes.
78. Eating Kaneelirullid (cinnamon rolls).
79. The Eesti Pank Museum.
80. Luke Manor.
81. Climbing up St. Olaf church to gain an excellent view of the city.
82. Estonian proverb - 'Hommik on õhtust targem' (morning is wiser than the evening).
83. Cute Estoniab girls names containing double vowels. Eg. Luula, Liisi, Tiia and Juulia.
84. Estonian National Museum. (Eesti Rahva Muuseum)
85. Muhu handicrafts.
86. Estonians shared desire to go back to their roots. Genealogy is very popular today.
87. Reading historic novels with familar place names and discovering how life was in Estonia centuries ago.
88. Tallinn Airport. It may be small but it's full of innovations and interesting things to keep you occupied while you wait for your flight.
89. The peacefulness of driving through the Estonian countryside and not seeing another living soul for miles.
92. My complete set of Estonian kroon banknotes. It was sad switching to the Euro but necessary.
93. Tallinn's airport library. I don't often borrow books but I always donate a few whenever I pass through the terminal.
95. Estonian stamps.
96. Visiting Estonian villages and seeing old practises in everyday life. Eg. A woman sweeping with a broom made out of sticks, or a door mat made from tree branches. Authenic!
97. Open Farm Day.
99. Reading old Estonian folktales.
100. Photographs by my great-grandfather Arthur Lestal. He captured life in Estonia during its first period of independence.