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- Pets allowed
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Drove into town and went to the Pielisen Museum, the best outdoor museum of the whole trip. No-one else there, so we could admire the superb displays of Karelian village life in 70 buildings and exhibits. Karelia is what is now the adjoining parts of Eastern Finland and Western Russia. We then looked at the really good indoor museum with reconstructions of 18th and 19th century life /houses/ farm equipment etc. Then drove to Imatra, explored ...
... it's fair to say that the scenery, although beautiful, is also monotonous. While on the train, I learnt some Finnish, an interesting language with lots of great sounds - for example, 'cheers' is 'Hleligan Guuligan', or something like that. After arriving at his house in the forest, I helped tidy up ready for an open day (his dad had rebuilt the old building from scratch following a fire, and the village was so impressed they were giving him and award), and had some top authentic ...
... while, I start playing the Big Brain Academy on the Nintendo DS. Thank you so much, Frank, for letting me borrow it. The Nintendo DS surely saved my life during these first two days in Finland. And I have a feeling that it will do much more for me during the next two weeks. When we arrive in Joensuu in the evening, everything is the same as we had left it about one year earlier (Joensuu 2006). Mari's mom ...
Pictures from the IB pre-Christmas party (in Finnish pikkujoulut). Finns are crazy about celebrating Christmas already before Christmas, starting in November. Every work place arranges a party, where the employer offers great food and drinks. Then you have your own parties with your friends.. so you are fed up with Christmas well before Christmas, after taking part in couple of parties and gaining some kilos after eating ...
Still some days left in Finland before I may departure for Paris again. I have a big exam on Friday and I try to study for it. Well, lack of motivation and missing Basty much aren't exactly helping in this task ;) Finland is grey and cold. I miss Paris as well. I can't imagine we have to leave Paris in three weeks for Germany.. Here some pictures from ...