Pretty much my got to place for scripts and links to learning websites. I particularly like abugidas. There are too many pretty scripts to decide which are my favourites. Anyway, omniglot is pretty extensive, though lacking in some learning websites, though that's to be expected of the lesser known languages. I like the way he has the site laid out and you can get to each script in multiple ways - alphabetical by English name, type, and direction.
The more I read about Estonia, the more I want to go. I found a linguistics university in Tartu, near the Russian boarder to the east that I want to go to. The university not only provides information on their school and places to eat and whatnot, they also tell you about getting your documents such as visas, tips on how to get a job while studying, entertainment areas, even how to get health and dental insurance! Also, most EU public schools are free to everyone. And I do mean EVERYONE.
I plan on being taught in Estonian. So that means learning the language, but it's proving difficult. Not because of the grammar or pronunciation or even spelling. It's extremely difficult to find a hard copy course here in the States. I don't mind learning online, but unlike in Estonia, I do not have internet access in even the entire city. I want a hard copy grammar, but even that online is hard to find and print out, but in the meantime, here is what I found that has been helping so far:
I haven't actually looked at any more of my saved links.