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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... what made the house visit special was the 91 year old lady who gave us a personal tour. She used to live in this house and told us stories from the war time and how she remembered Marja's dad as a child. She said he (Marja's dad) was asked by the soldiers to look after the rations while they went for lunch and coffee. He would stand protective and proud until they returned. Visiting this small and private museum was a great hi-light ...
... Got Talent haha. When we landed -smoothly this time- we all had a conversation about last week’s landing in Kuusamo ;O)
The Aurora Borealis made one last appearance to wave us off, on the right hand side of the plane. I'm surprised we didn't tilt due to the scramble to get within view of a right hand window. Those who missed the chance to experience it while we were at Basecamp were very happy bunnies :D
Woop! So for the second night this week, the sky put on its beautiful light show, and the Aurora Borealis made an appearance to wave us off. In the silent pitch black between midnight and 1am, we find ourselves standing the in the open, on a frozen lake, mesmerised by a green swirl in the sky. It was not a very big showing, nor was it ...
Not everyone was enthusiastic about the prospect of sleeping out in the Quinzees last night. Some did not like the thought of the confined space, and some did not like the thought of forfeiting their nice comfortable bed in a cosy cabin. There were a fair few of us who were up for giving it a go, though.
Almost all of us Quinzee folk tried to stay up as late as we could, and a fair few took to alcohol in the quest to sleep. I ...
... had time to dry out, we spend some time going through a file of symbols and sketching designs on a piece of paper. When we have some spare time over the next few days, we have to revisit the task and decorate. The first step is to sketch directly onto the drum skin, then double over with paints / pens / whatever. To finish off for now though, we were given a Basecamp Oulanka pebble to hang off the excess string -for decoration-, and were asked ...