Chris McLean leads, in his own words, "anordinary Estonian life." He's even got a leg injury sustained running for a bus to prove it.He lives in "an ordinary Lasnamae apartment," with his wife Maire and two children, Marion and Martin. The family speaks Estonian at home. He rides the bus to his downtown office every day and curses the traffic.Perfectly ordinary. Except that McLean left his native Scotland to settle in Estonia just five years ago.What first brought McLean to Estonia was the same thing that flooded Old Town's bars with men in kilts a few weeks ago - soccer. In 1993, he and a ...
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