Motel Willis West
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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 ...
... 8211; I mean of course you could do a similar mileage in the UK but it would have been far more tiring and not enjoyable, whereas our travels through Lapland were.
Taking a taxi back to the boat, we bade our farewells to OTPS marina and took CW across to the town harbour, where she’d been previously. After tying her up, I went to pay and was accompanied back to the boat by one of the waitresses from the café that administers the harbour fees, ...
... staff there all day and at night, gates to the yard and restaurant are closed and there is a security guard present to cover this period.
When we’d arrived and tied up, borrowing a large extension lead to reach the power supply, we found that there was a washing machine available which gave everyone the opportunity to maximise their choices for clean clothing for the coming ...
... spoke English, I tried calling. However, that got me nowhere, I got a ‘no thank you’ and that was it. I tried writing but the addresses on the web site kept bouncing my emails and when I eventually got through, I didn’t get a response. Now since then, we have come to realise that spaces hereabouts aren’t exactly at a premium so I decided not to bother but to sort things out when we get here.
In terms of sorting things out, there was now an ...
... badges on. The overalls remind me of the blue jumpsuits that car mechanics wear. My faculties overalls are pink but unfortunately I wasn't able to get a pair, so I settled for the blue exchange student overalls (pictures below). I bought some badges and spent a good 5 hours sowing them on. The university has two organisations (NISO and ESN) for exchange students. They oragnise fun events, trips and activities for us to do during our ...