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... locals are done for the season. That's why shoulder season travel is so great: easy to get a room and prices are right. And it's nice and quiet.
This is an old farm homestead turned into a B&B. There are several here. But it's also a working farm. A path behind the house leads to the beach and lakehouse. Another path leads off to a tour of the land, including a blacksmith shop. The path goes past the sauna and you walk over mossy rocks covered ...
... park on the way back that had a wading pool to swim and dip our toes in and just laze the rest of the afternoon away. In the hot weather, it was actually really nice.
Our bus back to Helsinki was due to leave at 5, so we grabbed our bags and got a taxi back to the bus stop. Turku is beautiful and I'm glad I made it there. I'm quite sad that this trip is very nearly over. But it's been a lot of fun.
... r or Houtskari, depending upon whether you're Swedish or a Finn. It was just outside the Ålands and therefore part of Finland proper, necessitating a change of courtesy flag to Finland, which I did en route.
This was probably one of the best day’s sailing we’ve had hereabouts and it would have been absolute heaven in a normal summer, with its’ wall to wall sunshine. Instead, we had rather gloomy ...
... the old forts you created as a kid but without the blankets.
I head into town to get my bearings, go to the local Tourist Info find numbers for horseriding and find out that the local library has free internet access... bless you local library.
I also worked out I am stuck in Turku for one night with no accommodation, illogical Penny says sleep at the airport, now having arrived at the airport and finding out it closes between 2am and 5am I decide ...
... to the supermarket via the ferry whilst I readied the boat, filling the water tank and so on. We were ready by 10:45 and set off, a bit sad as we were enjoying Finland and we liked Turku but hey ho, that's the way things go at times.
The wind was favourable for sailing direction-wise and we were in no hurry, having only 25 miles or so to do, so the fact that our speeds weren’t life threatening was neither here nor there. We ...
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