By Adam Mullett
“It is impossible to describe the ambience of the smoke sauna… it is like trying to describe the feeling when you learn how to ride a bike, or you learn how to swim or even when you make love,” says one sauna enthusiast.
You can’t argue with someone who says something like that. In fact, why would you want to?
In winter, saunas are an institution in the Baltic States. People use them to do business, relax and lose weight among other things. It seems like there are endless reasons to go to a sauna, least of all to forget about the blistering cold of the Baltic winter....
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