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... the first time using a fancy machine-reader-scaner thing (no problems for us here either).
So now we are seating near the gate nr 33 surrounded by Chinese people talking their funny and absolutely adorable language and waiting for boarding to start. We'll try posting something from airport in Hong Kong tomorrow, after we arrive there around 11:00 Estonian time.
That's all for now, good night and hopefully good sleep for us on the plane.
... and who insisted on giving him hugs and head butt's and taking loudly to him in Finnish while spitting on me as he talked. His wife was also very amusing, singing along to the disco music operatic style Finnish. All in all we had a good night as we sailed into Finland. Ps: Kat has started writing her blog now so if you would like to read a better written account of our travels blog check out: www.soulsocks.me Hours on the train: 38.5 Hours in a boat: 34.5 Countries visited: ...
- After an extremely long night (12 hour flight) and the most uncomfortable sleep I have ever had we arrived into Helsinki and the local weather was -2 degrees
- We went through security and I had to dispose of my 7th toiletry item since leaving Brisbane and we then made our way through passport control and waited for our ...
... also visiting the herring festival.
The other highlight of Helsinki was the Design Museum. Despite the fact that only half the exhibition was on display, the history of Finnish design is amazing.
We said goodbye to the herring festival and caught the plane for the three hour flight to Rome. More about our stay in the Trastevere in the next post. L.
... time too, is very hard to get used to in a Finnish Summer. There is no actual night at this time of year. Our bodies are not used to this and even if the curtains are pulled, we go to sleep when it is still light and wake up at 2.00 or 3.00 in the morning to full daylight and have difficulty going back to sleep. In summer the Finns take holidays from work, stay in lakeside cabins that, no matter how basic and rustic, all have saunas. They hike, ...