Michael Wynne-Parker recalls the people who have graced his life while living and traveling in Russia, Ukraine, and Estonia in Eastern Encounters.
The author first visited Estonia to speak at a conference in Tallinn on the subject of conservative values in contemporary society. At the time, members of parliament from the United Kingdom viewed Estonia as an independent state recently liberated from the Soviet Union.
Underneath the country’s façade, however, the author discovered a seething disharmony. Over the years, he’s begun to understand the vital implications of that realization.
From 2002 to 2013, the author spent most of his time in Tallinn with regular monthly visits to London. As the digital age was dawning, he took advantage of being able to conduct his business wherever he was based.
Even while traveling, his activities as founder and chairman of Introcom International continued to flourish. He also wrote three books, which would have been impossible while living in London.
Join the author as he celebrates the peace and tranquility of his life abroad while highlighting the numerous people who made his encounters so memorable.