SnowHotel in Kemi
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... as quickly as we ate them. Smothered in jam and cream, they were divine.
Having eaten way too many waffles, we said our goodbyes and rolled out the door to the car. We were now on the way to Kemi. It wasn’t too bad a drive although the further we drove south the darker it seemed to get. It was probably due to having less snow; moonlight reflecting off white snow has a remarkable effect on the overall brightness.
Once we were ...
... we decided it was easier to take it on the train than fly and pay for the extra weight. We have our own sleeping cabin so with a bit of luck it will be a comfortable journey.
As for work, David had already advised his company that he would be returning to New Zealand, as contractually agreed and would be available for work on the 26th of January. Late last night due to the difference in time zones, he spoke with the HR department re-affirming he will ...
... b) has awesome chilli mayonnaise and c) lip smackingly good, flavoured salt for the fries. Unfortunately they didn’t seem to give out the salt anymore and the fries tasted lame without it or perhaps our Max burger experience in Sweden was still in our mind and Hesburger had slipped down the pecking order a wee bit.
Back at home, we booked our flight back to Auckland with Qantas and it would our first ...
... came to shove due to the amount of luggage we had, we could always take the train.
It didn’t take long either to discover that there are no bargains when you want to book a flight just a week out. We did discover however that a return flight in September didn’t add too much to the cost and we need to come back for Niina’s wedding.
After about 8 hours of searching and making phone calls about luggage we finally gave up. ...
... or other Scandinavian countries. So my brief knowledge of Suomi (Finnish) gets me by. Example; word for orange is 'appelsiinitaysmu' whereas the word for apple is 'omena'. I'm lucky that Finnish people are very respectful & patient. There not big talkers until they get to know you, but like Aussies they don't like people who ******** or show off. P.S. HAPPY BIRTHDAY ...