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... locals are done for the season. That's why shoulder season travel is so great: easy to get a room and prices are right. And it's nice and quiet.
This is an old farm homestead turned into a B&B. There are several here. But it's also a working farm. A path behind the house leads to the beach and lakehouse. Another path leads off to a tour of the land, including a blacksmith shop. The path goes past the sauna and you walk over mossy rocks covered ...
... scores of cormorants we saw nesting in trees and drying their wings on guano-covered rocks. Long may it last.
The approach to the town is quite straightforward, as the 3.4m channel joins a deeper and wider channel for commercial shipping, before heading off again in to the town proper. It is a major sailing centre, with several marinas on the banks of the river-like approach into the town. The one we’d chosen to stay in ...
... prepared dinner. We had done the sauna the night before, but this was my first real Finnish sauna. Instead of electric, the stove was wood burning and, as is customary, we required a dip in the sea in between sweat sessions. I had a lot of questions about the sea dip, mainly because you sit naked in the sauna. Was I supposed to put my swimsuit on to run to the water? But putting a swimsuit on when you're dripping in sweat is gross. And if I don't put ...
... usual to serve both under one roof. Strange cultural difference!
As for the tour itself, Frank was impressed with load-in and out and how the whole operation seemed like a well-oiled machine. Everyone seemed very nice and welcoming to him. This was his only week of overlap with the existing HOD, so Frank is preparing to get thrown into the deep end, no floaties, in Tallinn. I'm not worried because Frank's a really good ...
... are you here for Apocalyptica she answers in English and asks how do I know she's not Finnish, she's Italian, I answer that I am Australian and she said she thought my English was amazing for a Finnish girl. Turns out she has been chasing Apocalyptica all over Finland the last few weeks, she lives and works in Turku and has met them numerous times. Great choice of prey if you ask me!!!
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