It's a blustery day, and the Bay of Tallinn is whipped to whitecaps. Beachgoers grimace at the windy conditions, but for Indrek Ahun a more perfect day is unimaginable. Ahun is one of Estonia's veteran windsurfers. For Ahun, it's more a compulsion than a desire to take hold of a sail. "My body starts to feel strange when the wind is blowing," he says. With its flat seas and frequent strong winds, it's easy to see why Estonia has fostered such a strong windsurfing community.And with plenty of windsurfing schools and hire companies, it's a very accessible sport for the first-timer.It's...
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