The Tallinn-Kaliningrad bus crosses three borders during one night: Estonian-Latvian, Latvian-Lithuanian and Lithuanian-Russian. Its passengers need four different currencies to pay for toilets or buy sandwiches during the journey. During the Soviet times there were no border guards on this route. Now, after the three Baltic States have joined the EU, history has turned again. A chronicle of two Estonians driving a double decker across Europe and the various people they transport along the way.
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