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... so vast and powerful. With the water washing against my shoes and softly spraying upon my face, I was, once again, lost in my own utopia.
After our mesmerizing picnic by the rapids, I began exploring again and came across a group of people who were barbecuing. One of the women smiled and waved at me in recognition but I couldn't place my finger on where I had seen her before. "You were on my flight from Stockholm to Luleň!" she exclaimed in a ...
... students that is located in the student center. I know, how good can a club be if it's in the student center? Let me assure you, this place is crazy. I know the University of Iowa just got voted the top party school in the United States... but it has nothing on what I experienced last night.
The club itself is huge. There are a couple bars scattered throughout the club, a giant dance floor, some sitting areas, and two outdoor areas. I arrived with Bill and ...
... We walk and walk and walk, it feels like more than 2kms but that's ok. Then we arrive to find the doors locked and the museum closed. ****. Ok,that's alright, we tried... We'll just get back for the next bus and spend the rest of the afternoon in town. Next bus is 40 minutes away so we better make a decent pace. Walking walking walking, Adam takes a short cut (which is a terrible idea) but we make it to the bus stop on time and with our ankles unbroken which ...
... everwhere - COME ON EUROPE GIVE THOSE CIGARETTES A REST... stepping down off soap box.
It's somewhat funny that the Socialist hate all the laws we have to govern personal action/behavior in the USA. But today I say... Thank goodness for all our non-smoking laws!
No pictures today, it was just to smoky :^)... actually forgot my cameras at home today.
Up bright and early. We had around 1000 kms to travel, and had to hope that our two trains, two buses and a tram all connected. Bid our farewells to the awful Eurohostel, and hopped on the tram. The 7:30 train from Helsinki to Oulu departed on time, and sped along at close to 160 km/h, but still managed to arrive an hour late which mystified me. The connecting service from Oulu to Kemi had to wait for us, so it was an hour and a half late leaving Oulu, but duly deposited ...