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... amount spent on trains and buses, but the freedom I lost is beyond comprehension.
Before I left Australia I tried looking into the subject on a travel forum. My question was asked solely about buying a car in Spain but some idiot responded with a load of hipster-speak about, "Driving takes away the fun of trains." Yes, sure. Fun. Lots of fun.
Sod off. I'm an independent bloke and I like my space. For me, car would have been the best way to do Europe by a country ...
... something, so pretty stocked to find ourselves on level 10 of 12 with a large window overlooking the sea. Sweet! Explored the ship & hit the duty free shop. What's this? Fireball! Yes please. What's this? A chili mint schnapps from Finland ... Oh yes please! Tastes great. Dan Murphys has a lot of new stock items to shelve. -----
We loved Helsinki, and given we had no idea what to expect prior to our arrival, it was a wonderful pleasure to just take it as it came!
... nature. She was telling me stories about hitch-hiking through Iceland, backpacking through South Africa and plans to study for a semester in the north of Finland, basically in the middle of nowhere, in winter and how she would love to get a paddle boat and paddle to little islands everywhere and live on them. She reminded me of the character from the movie, Into the Wild. There was a lot to learn from her and we got along really well. After spending an hour or so chatting, we ...
We arrived in Helsinki just after 10am – unfortunately the rain had followed us from Stockholm so we disembarked and made our way to the tram stop in pouring rain. As usual we were on a mission to pick up our Helsinki cards at the Central Station. We alighted from the tram and in the pouring rain dragged our suitcases the several blocks to the station while trying to avoid the puddles.
Ironically what we didn't know at the ...
... on the phone, waving to no one but a distant camera and must look a complete loon to the casual observer.
30mins spare before bus arrives and wander over to a wigwam in the woods with a pale faced, small, weedy looking lad sitting by a campfire looking bored. He stands as I approach and I tower over him. There's the wigwam which is empty and he says I can see the reindeer in the wooden enclosure up the path. Great - that will kill some time. He adds, "It costs ...
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