Cumulus Pori Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- TV Channel One Russia
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Pori
... of carelessness and incompetence in these sorts of situations. One example is coming in to a tight space with no fenders, relying on other boats to have sufficient protection. So that, plus the expense and the fact that we would only get a couple of hours there, was our reasoning.
We did leave the boat for a while, to go for a swim in the nice, cool, refreshing clear water, it was delightful. Later, we were squeezed in further by a couple of small ...
... not to use the wood that was supplied for cooking in the fancy hut, rather I used our barbecue on the shingle shore , upon which I cooked a pork tenderloin and some vegetables which we ate in our cockpit in the beautifully warm sunshine – the temperature in the cabin was 29°C, so it really was warm. Still, we did manage to sleep with all the hatches open and mosquito netting over them, not that there are that many but better to be safe than ...
... and then to the west (to the coast). We saw some massive wind turbines, and a beautiful sandy beach that would have been packed with sunbathers and swimmers had the weather been more cooperative. We also walked around a former defence zone where the Finns had stationed a line to fend off attacks from the Russians who tried to come ashore from the west. Back at Ritva's Megan and I got our bags packed and relaxed for the evening, anticipating our long travel day to ...
... becoming apparent that our new purchases were not going to fit into the luggage we'd brought from home. We'd deal with that later! Next on the agenda was a visit to Ritva's other daughter's home for lunch. Heidi and her husband Jani live with their two children in the same town as Ritva and Esa, about 6 km away. Ritva told us that they often ride their bicycles to her home, a pleasant ride on a dedicated bike/pedestrian trail separated from the road, ...
... and no mosquitoes. It took us about an hour to drive to the bus station in Vasa and we got a kick out of how Karl Erik did some driving at the station, almost hitting a bus, and some cyclists. Fortunately nobody else was in the car besides him. We gave our farewell hugs and soon afterwards the bus left for Pori. We arrived in Pori a few minutes ahead of schedule and I could see Ritva awaiting us. We hugged each other and ...