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... a large Spanish school group showed up so I started waiting in line even though it was still 20 mins. When they let us in an older granny bolted as fast as she could to the front seat, I never saw anyone move so fast.
On the bus a guide was explaining the history to ...
Teahcer: Sanna Lindeman
- School has students 7-16 (yrs 1-9)
- Class viewed: Year 4, designing and making bugs with a stepper motor. Kit project for the parts. Students design individual version of the bug.
- Sanna is a new teacher who hasn't quite finished her masters
- Helsinki school
- Specialist crafts ...
... As a connoisseur of the small fish, Kevin Brown would have been in his element. Although, I am sorry to say Kev that after extensive research I failed to find your favourite, sardines on toast topped with a poached egg ummmmmmm! For those unfamiliar with the Fish Slapping Dance the link is below:
Julie also managed to find ...
... traditional Lapland food and is sold at several food stalls around here.
We met Paul later at Hilpea Hauki, his favorite pub and had a few. His girlfriend Alyssa met us later and after a couple we went to a lovely little Tapas bar that held only 7 small tables. You ordered either a small, medium, or a large plate. That's it. You don't choose what you get, only the size. It was SOOOO damn good. It's not that we've had any bad food so far, but this ...
... in a store near the Vapiano Restaurant in the city centre for 4 E was 10 E at the market! We walked back to the unit, despite telling Alex that we would catch the tram if his knee was too sore. But Alex insisted he still had a few kilometres in him. As we went on, he then said he needed to catch the next tram, but Sarina told him it was too late, as we had already passed the last tram stop and the unit was just around the corner! We organised to go out ...