Cumulus Turku Hotel
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It's day 3 in Nagu and we just finished with our first Finnish Sauna. It's a wood-fired traditional sauna and wow, was that worth it. Michael, the owner of the Grannas B&B needed a 4 hour notice to stoke the fire. It cost extra but we're ...
... in and went out to explore on a Saturday night. We found a nice bar and got a little info from the bartender. Most Finns and Swedes seem to speak English, which is good since our language skills are lacking!
Seems we just missed the Sex Convention, which was concluding at a conference hotel nearby. So we sampled a local beer and a gin and grapefruit drink that's on tap everywhere. It's a Finnish drink that "we're quite proud ...
... with a forest motif, and yet another is full-on playboy, looking like Hugh Hefner put it together. Really amusing.
Town by the river
Turku is Finland's third largest city and is on the southwest coast, near Sweden. The city used to be part of Sweden, and was actually Finland's capital in those days. It's very charming, set on the Aura river with restaurants and cafes and boats lining the riverfront. Very pretty all lit up at night. We walked into town, stopping at ...
... first met. His English was limited, mostly consisting of grunts and "Good" or "Bad", which he used to answer most of our questions. Although there was really no true line of communication between us, I liked our Tibetan monk friend. He offered me some dried goji berries while grunting and muttering, "Good". Full steam ahead, we cruised through the archipelago out of Stockholm towards Turku, Finland. The views from the deck of our ship were amazing as we navigated ...
... the lot of them.
Soon I get the train to Helsinki. I'm staying in a hotel and I'm going to be cut off from the backpacker scene, which will be a slight relief but more lonely, I think. Don't worry I meet the Intrepid team on the 14th and then I'll be stuck with them for two weeks. Which means no peace and probably no internet... I'm hoping there are power points.
So thanks Turku for being ...