Finlandia Hotel Kumpeli
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... sat at the table and worked away in silence on our respective 'homework’.
Soon the quiet atmosphere was gone as Kirsi and Ella arrived home. I am not sure that Kirsi and I would ever be able to have a truly quiet atmosphere, as we seem to get along really well so we talk, talk, talk. It is great for me as I am missing my friends from home, so having this ‘new’ great friendship is really nice. Poor Kirsi however isn’t getting any of her normal ...
... 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 ...
Finally sitting in the train to Russia. I just enjoyed the perfect morning coffee like every morning, only that this time I was drinking it from the bottle and watching the Finnish country side passing by. I have four seats for myself which is quite nice and even wireless internet connection. I bet this is the only time I am gonna have such a luxurious train ride. :) All ...
... has listed the Arc so we visited 2 sites which were in quite isolated country areas, on dirt roads and then required a climb to find the markers. There were many markers originally however UNESCO have listed 34 points, stretching through 10 countries.
We had one night back in Helsinki, staying close to the airport this time, in readiness for our 3 flights the next day that would take us to our next destination of Iceland.
After a night in a cabin at Antola we tried to do take in a little of Mikkeli but found that we really should have headed straight to Repovesi National park to do a hike because we were over the "city tourist attractions".
The weather was beautiful and we spent our time taking in the scenery along the way including a slight detour when we found the road we thought would join up, took us to an embankment and the only way out was to reverse about 100 meters to ...