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... had to fill out the migration card and I happened to have already some troubles to fill it out.. Luckily an old man on the other side of the corridor helped me. It seems to be rather strict with all the departure dates and host person details.. Anyway it doesn't feel like I am actually going to St. Petersburg, of course I am a bit nervous and even scared, but I don't realize it ...
... a great day and because we had driven past Lahti, were only about 45minutes from AK&Z so Sunday we drove to Jarvenpaa in the morning and returned to Kangasala in the afternoon.
Sunday evening we had our last sauna in Finland when we stopped with Pekka & family again, returned our hire car Monday morning and took a train back to Jarvenpaa. Time here in Finland is getting short now with only about a week to go........has all been wonderful.
... another packet, but Lisa only discovered that on the way home.)
We arrived at the stadium about 20 minutes before kick off, just as the starting line-up was being announced: Browny, Alex, Casey, Faye, Neets, Jill, Katie, Faz, Sue, Kaz and Eni. The Essex FA had made a giant flag (out of many smaller flags signed and decorated by teams in Essex), so we laid it out over all the spare seats in our block (eventually, we had it back-to-front and then thought it was ...
... day. Mike spent his day with his host, where he was able to indulge in some of his interests including shooting. The evening was spent with our host families. Rosie and Julie went to Hamina to meet their host Ari and Rauni's eldest daughter Ninja. She is completing military service there. They had dinner in the mess hall, and were amazed at the number of tall Finnish men with buzz cuts! It was a good but late night for ...
... worries right. Calling the Finnish sister organisation...who are very helpful, NOT, by answering; Sorry cannot help you without payment guarantee! As the battery of my phone also dies and my prepaid amount is on it's lowest, I decide to get help myself. So of ploughing throught the farmers' fields to finally ask help at a cement factory. After some talks and phonecalls I and my bike are being picked up by with old motorbike racing champion, who owns a motorbikeshop (how lucky ...