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Travel Blogs from Puumala
After 3 and a half hours train trip travelling at up to 200klms per hour we arrived at helsinki. We are fortunate our hotel is in the centre of town and within easy walking distance. Easy to explore city on foot or by tram Did a 3 hour walking tour and saw the landmarks including the church built under a rock. On ...
... All the weekend folk and day trippers gone. We managed to find a coffee in a hotel cafe but couldn't get ice cream anywhere. Arrived Mikkeli quite late our hotel near the university in tall pines. A very good room but unfortunately a group next door were a little noises until about midnight. Otherwise all good. A meal at the local Hesburger by the marina and a walk in ...
... lakeside town, and after checking in walked the couple of hundred meters to the lakeside fish market. Many stalls selling smoked salmon. Smoking it on braziers. Lots of honey, cheeses and sausages and all sorts of food to buy. We took a lengthy lakeside walk past gardens and apartments then up into the town looking for a dinner place but little about and finally made a booking at a lively Italian restaurant opposite the hotel. Had an excellent meal in a great ...
... each J The kids and dads spent the last hour of daylight playing soccer and badminton in the yard before the mozzies started, which was a good excuse to get the kids inside and into bed. Then the adults had a little tea party …. And talked, talked, talked! Lyndon must be hoping that I am using up a lot of my words for the coming week!
Finally it was my day to choose what to do … but I didn’t get to choose whether or not to have ...
... and Kari’s cabin where he had a nibble on some breakfast while watching Harry Potter – that seemed to do the trick.
Whilst I think the trip has been really great for the kids and for us as a family, it does also take a bit of a toll. Staying in a different house every few days can be quite unsettling and exhausting and I am beginning to think that four months is just a bit too long to be away. It is actually quite hard work to travel for so long, trying to see as ...