We woke up early, packed our things and left the camping site. We started the day by walking around near Kuressaare castle, and once the shops opened we bought some groceries and a water kettle. It has been a bit problematic to get hot water for Miranda's milk, but now we will not have that problem anymore.
We ate lunch at a Windmill Restaurant in Kuressaare, cheap food and nice view. Quite hot to sit in the sun, though.
Then we drove to the guesthouse near Panga cliffs, were we had decided to sleep at least the next two nights, maybe three. We got a large, nice room in the second floor of the guesthouse, and thanks to our new kettle we made ourselves some afternoon coffee.
A village called Mustjala is situated quite near Panga, and there we visited the church and the grocery. Then we drove to the famous Ninase windmills, which have been rebuilt and painted as a man and a woman wearing national costumes.
From Ninase we drove further north to the point of a small peninsula, the place is called Tagaranna. The beach at Tagaranna consists of lots of flat stones, and people visiting the beach have built towers in different sizes of the stones, so the beach looks really strange. We have actually already seen several similar beaches on Saaremaa, it seems to be a typical feature of the beaches here.
Stephen spent quite a lot of time building his own stone tower, which I must say turned out to be the most beautiful one on the beach, with its berry-decorations and red carpet
. While he was building Miranda was sleeping peacefully in her pram and I was reading a book.
We also went for a little walk in the nearby forest, before we drove back to Panga. In the evening we saw a beautiful sunset at Panga cliffs.