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... wait for a taxi.. after what felt like ages of travelling we arrived at the accommodation. It looked terrible, rooms are basic but I didn't care anymore.. I was shattered, annoyed and angry. We had no bedding or anything. A friend Hannah lent me some jammies and I was left in my room feeling sorry for myself whilst Natasha went out drinking which I thought was a best option. I decided to put my pictures on the wall and watch 90210.
I thought tomorrow could definitely be ...
... like ages we arrived at Hameenlinna to then get a taxi to the accommodation. First of all though we trailed our luggage through a supermarket to buy the necessities for the next day. We learnt that looking for bedding is difficult when everything is Finnish, a pair of hideous but bought pants was cheapest at 8euros and bedding with no price on it was 40euros so we got a refund. We quickly went to McDonalds for some food and heading back to the bus station with more bags that we couldn't ...
As a collector of retro Finnish Glassware, a visit to the Glass Village & Museum at Iittala was a must do for me. And yes, Iittala is a town, not just a brand, like Nokia! After a delicious breakfast off yummy breads, cheese, cold meat & coffee, we headed off to Iittala. The museum was interesting, with displays of iconic Iittala glassware from designers such as Alvar & ...
We had only planned to stay one night with our dear friends but Kaija twisted our arm and so we had another night with them. So glad we did. We had a second visit to the mission administration and in the afternoon after a storm Kaija, Rina & I went for a late afternoon walk. Kaija strides it out with her sticks and was a good instructor with a great ...
... s Welfare it became a home for boys who had difficulties in the normal primary school and 40 years later, when its location changed, the property was vacant for about 6 years. It then became the home of a Mission College and some years later became what it is today.
For me personally it was very interesting to see where many of the overseas mission workers are trained and I'm surprised at the number that Finland has for its small size.