B&B Countryhotel Eevantalo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... else it will be a really horrible flight. One particularly sad aspect of that is that it was a gift. By midnight in Finland during summer it's still perfectly light outside, and I couldn't get to sleep until a good while into the morning, then the sun comes back up again around 4am which meant I woke up at 5:15am, well before my 6am alarm - and decided I might as well get going. Dmitry woke up as I was getting my stuff ...
It was Elaine & Rosemary's last few hours on the boat with us for this year and as always, they weren’t allowed to spend them peacefully. We had them out of their sleeping bags and into the showers pdq, as we wanted to wash their sleeping bag liners and towels before our turn came to leave Oulu for our trek homewards. In fairness, they were both up and about by the time Julie and I came back from the showers and we were able to complete the washing in good time. Julie accompanied ...
... was the charge for a season!! So again, we had a lovely spot for exactly 40 cents each. Amazing.
We wanted to see the island and there was a sign stating that there was a 3.4km nature trail, which we followed. Richard opted to stop and sit on a bench in a glade and near the sea, to experience the idyllic peace and quiet and to rest his feet, recovering as he is from an operation. He was able to enjoy the experience, in no small part thanks ...
... in towards land and into one of the boat channels (2.0m max draft) and back down to Kiviniemi. Sadly at around this juncture, the forecast let us down and contrary to expectations, it started to rain and it was in these conditions that Julie and I manoeuvred the boat into the harbour, everyone else being confined below decks in order to minimise the chances of water getting into the saloon. Once tied up we erected the cockpit tent to keep the rain out and ...
... nice to drive the toaster and to keep the pc charged!
Funnily enough, whilst we reckoned that this spot would be absolutely deserted, it actually ended up one of the busier places! Apart from fishermen coming and going, cars would appear and then disappear and also, it seems our jetty was a local gathering spot for anglers, several are outside the boat as I type this, at 19:45. Their principal catch seem to be perch and what I find really upsetting ...