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It's really interesting the observations you make when sleep deprived and alcohol enhanced.
For instance; the cars here all have Euro plates and the Finns don't wear plaid.
Let me start at the start.
Some of you may recall that my last blog started with me leaving my backpack on the TTC shuttle bus from Kipling subway …
I had to post yesterday before the real adventure began. We had three uncertain things about last night:
1. Would the bus driver let us ride the bus with the Eurail?
2. Would we be able to find the train station in Tornio, and would it be a warm place to wait?
3. Would the train show up in Tornio?
The bus showed up to the …
For those unfamiliar with the name Teemu, he's the recent retired Anaheim Duck's hockey player who opened a restaurant in Laguna Beach last year.
Teemu, a native son, is well known and admired as was evident by the response from our tour bus driver who asked to pass along a "hei" to our OC neighbor. We didn't have a lot of time for sightseeing today as we only had 6 hours after our unusual late docking at ...
... through to our gate, it was hard to believe that after 130 nights, 30 flights, 13 intercity trains, and 8 buses the first league of our journey was ending.
Taking off from Helsinki and bursting through the clouds there was a certain poetic beauty in the fact that ending this chapter of our trip we would spend the entire flight flying towards an endless sunset.
Next blog will be from the city that never sleeps, New York, New ...
... steps a lovely Finnish family had picked her up outside a pet shop. Orla was obviously a bit annoyed with Sophie as she was summarily despatched from the chariot and had to be relegated to a bag. We reached the main part of the city which was rebuilt in 1812 by the Russian Tsar and modelled on the imperial city of St. Petersburg. This influence is really evident and gives Heksinki it's unique Nordic/Russian style interspersed with ...