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This time we actually went into the Helsinki cathedral which is a very imposing building up some steep steps.
We had dinner in a Nepalese restaurant nearby which was fun
Next day was a harbour cruise for 90mins on a glorious autumn day the boat wound its way past many islands one section even had traffic lights ...
... were still in bed after a big Friday night. In fact we saw evidence of this, as one guy didn’t even make it home for bed, choosing instead to sleep, fully clothed in a pretty nice suit, right in the middle of the footpath. We slowed down to have a good look at him in case he wasn’t just sleeping but drove on once we were confident that he was just having a lovely nap. I hope he still has his wallet and phone when he wakes up!
The ferry ...
... He said the were less and less Fins living in St Petersburg these days. He is from Eastern Finland originally. His name is Meike. He was very interesting to talk with about education and the relationship between the two countries. My Finnish language skills are so limited ....to nothing. Lucky most speak some basic English. Although there are many conversations with so many hand gestures and facial gestures it is really quite ...
... br> Me (KK): "No."
H: "Why not?"
KK: "Because I don't have a boyfriend."
H: "Why don't you have a boyfriend?"
KK: "Because he's a Loser."
H: "Why is he a Loser?"
KK: "Because he can't communicate."
Not knowing that Heta's Mum, acting as translator, is actually telling little Heta everything I say word for word (because I know Mum knows my situation, and just assumed she would be sugar coating things for a 3 year old).
H: "Why can't he ...
... and decided to walk to the western tip to catch the boat back from there. The fort, Finland’s Castle, is actually a group of fortified islands, with huge earthen face walls filled with magazines and gun emplacements, It has a population of about 800, and lots of tourists. The island was great; big walls, guns and powder magazines that reminded us of Hobbit holes, and as all was green and grassy it was a similar look. We really enjoyed walking around and exploring the ...