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... cream brûlée, tiramisu. I need an EFM bootcamp right now! -----
Johno: Helsinki is set on a bay....with lovely old 'first fleet' kinda boats docked....we went through the old town happily walking through the sunny skies and crisp air.....noting, that there were a) no beggars b) no gypsies c) no graffiti..or none so to speak of....and d) no rubbish laying on the paths, or none really to speak of.....
Everything was going wonderfully well, and we ended up on ...
Day 13 was an early start, straight to the airport for my next destination. As I bid goodbye to India, I had mixed feelings. On one hand, I was excited to get to Helsinki as it would be my first ever visit to a Nordic country but on the other hand I was sad to leave because I had such a good and more importantly, relaxing time with family. I’m certainly glad that I went to India, although the chaos is not something that I’m going to miss! So onto Finland. It was a smooth ...
... rule s especially in regards to passing, very grateful we have a Russian driver. St Petersburg is a huge city of around 5 million the traffic that night is really bad as we have a city orientation tour our local guide Anna speaks English really well. Early evening is spent on a canal cruise it's clear to see why they call it the Venice of the north. A different perspective from the canals, Ulfie quite happily handing out champagne & vodka. Friday is a very busy day in St ...
... for Sal she was a little too close to me on the escalator so when stepping off her suitcase fell over and Sal nearly went over the top of it – not a pretty sight but thankfully Sal was okay.
Our allocated cabins were on deck 6 so we quickly dropped off our luggage and checked out where we would be staying for the night before exploring the ship. The ship was larger and more modern than we expected for an overnight ...
... s - which is in the park very close to where the ship docked. It is an old Russian teahouse, and used to be a meeting place for writers and musicians. The tradition is kept alive with regular concerts held in the park area outside the restaurant. I had reindeer steak, with a juniper berry jus. Decidedly good, and made better by the fun ...
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