SnowCastle Of Kemi
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... had moved on to nine without telling him. Only the first syllable of word for eight and nine differ and David was practising nine thinking it was eight and had just misheard Maria to begin with. Long story short, we laughed about the missing eight, got to ten and then started on the swear words instead…
That’s not actually true because David already knew them. David did run through all ...
David bought a postcard for his parents just so he could post something and get the special Santa Claus postmark on it.
It wasn’t too busy in the main building today so we decided to go and pay the main man a visit. Santa Claus is pretty much always in his Office and waiting to meet visitors and have a quick chat. We walked through the passageway, past the ‘time slowing down’ machine (which ...
... quite heavily, we had no desire to just wander the city centre sights and shops, we have seen it all before.
We decided just to stay in the apartment until Sari returned after finishing work at 2pm. Maria and Jasmin went out to meet Sari at the shops, but David stayed home in the warm and tried to catch up on writing the blog. It's getting more and more behind, but we have the notes and photos so we'll get there.
We had a nice lunch ...
... brew some coffee.
Lack of sleep called for a lazy day, a wander into town for some fresh air and a wee bit of 'female therapy'. David always does well at the shops, he's obviously easier to buy for or maybe less fussy, but the downside is that there is always way too many bags to carry home.
We managed to keep our eyes open long enough for an early dinner but then sleep took over minutes after finishing ...
... Finnish UCG member Ralph Mayer. The word means "bathroom." So, Bruce asked for the husika. I'm not sure exactly how the lady at the modern convenience store reacted, but she was puzzled, then amused. Bruce learned that the finer definition of husika was "outhouse." So, Bruce was asking for the outhouse. Hmm... Here we had another experience. A group of people looking like gypsies were asking the same question we had: how to get across to Sweden so we could continue ...