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- Continental Breakfast
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... went by ferry to a fortress island built in the 18th century when Finland was part of Sweden to protect from Russia. In 1853 it was captured by russia during the crimean war until Finland got independence in 1917. We liked Finland and the weather is fine but only 13 degrees. Tomorrow we are flying to Tallinn in ...
... as we don’t stop!
A night out was on the cards for tonight and we were originally going to go to a traditional Finnish restaurant but then decided that this might not suit the kids, so we went to Mexican instead. No complaints here except that I was reeeealy disappointed not to taste Reindeer!! Cough, cough.
After dinner we went back home and ate four different flavours of ice-cream for dessert. It all looked really awful but I had to be polite and try ...
... would have thought that he would need some quiet time?? We don't talk that much!
We did have a bit of a fright this morning with Spencer feeling so sick that he was crying in agony. I took him to the toilet but he felt worse afterwards, so bad that I had to carry him back to our cabin. It just breaks your heart to see your baby feeling so bad, although I had a feeling that some of it was actually anxiety rather than illness. Once Lyndon got back we were able to carry him over ...
... we told them of the usual custom. We Australians are so uptight!!
A BBQ dinner (which included potatoes and carrots straight from the vegie garden which Lil had fun picking and washing with Ella) followed and Kirsi and Kari were so easy to get along with we could have stayed up all night, except that the mosquitos were also very friendly …. so not too long past dark we called it a night. It was definitely one of the best days we have ...
Monday, 20th April 2009 The team awoke feeling refreshed after enjoying a delightful dinner prepared by their host families- a great time was had by all! Compliments to the chef (s) - the Finnish and Swedish fare was a feast for the eyes and stomach- thanks Mirja and Birgetta! The team ventured off to the Keuruu Engineer Regiment, where they met the Regiment Commander Lieutenant Colonel Harri Kauppinen. The team learnt about mandatory service in either the army or ...