I like when things are difficult by Found in Estonia • A podcast on Anchor
Alex is a special guest on Found in Estonia podcast!
He is an Estonian who was born in Narva and moved to the UK when he was 12. Alex spent 4 years working in Japan, 1 year helping to build up a language school in Malaysia. Through the years has launched 4 startups and is now living and working back in Narva, Estonia.
He loves challenges, design, startups, Japanese culture, Estonian nature, and the startup world.
Even though he doesn’t speak Estonian, he thinks Estonia is amazing and has lots of cool stuff.
Wondering why he moved back to Narva? Listen to our chat to find out!
Quote from Alex: “Also expats, if you’ve been here, in Estonia, over a year and haven’t visited Narva, then what are you doing?”
Alex mentioned: AR Narva app: https://arn.ee/
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How can one Moldovian woman, who has lived in Estonia for 6+ years, say that she doesn’t feel like an Estonian, rather “Kohilane”?
*Why you shouldn’t go hitchhiking in Moldova?
*Is Moldova actually a giant Soviet-styled Escape room?
* What does it mean, if you spit on Moldovian field something is pound to grow?
* If being naked in a sauna was easy for her, what was the hard part?
Come and enjoy Miha’s very lively personality explaining how she first moved to Estonia. Starting to live in a village with just around 3000 people altogether, is it worth it?
Miha has a very colorful way of explaining everything to us, starting from the languages used in Moldova. Then sharing her transforming journey from studying architecture, learning woodworking, and now being immersed in Fin-tech and the world of numbers.
Join in and let us know, what you learned from this episode!
26 aastat Estonia hukust: kadunud kaksikõdede Veidede saladus, Urmas Alenderi viimased minutid ja aastakümneid lahendamata Estonia mõrv
septembril 1994 läks Läänemerel vesisesse hauda parvlaev Estonia, viies endaga kaasa sadu inimesi. Toome täna teieni mõned kõhedad lood ning muuhulgas paljastame 33 aastat lahendamata mõrva, mis toimus Estonia pardal siis, kui see veel Estonia nime ei kandnud.