Travel Blogs from Vaasa
... Realtime and the Russian Girls. It was a packed house and the audience was great! It was a fun and very enjoyable way to conclude the Festival. We met to board a bus at 6:00 and traveled about an hour to the summer cottage of the long time organizer of the Vaasa Festival, Errik and his wife Barbara. Their property is in the woods and right on the Baltic Sea (Gulf of Finland). It doesn't seem like the sea, more like a lake with ...
... is not my favorite name but if they continue to sing as they are I
won’t care what their name is.
When the show/dance
was over the Con-Men quartet started looking for someone to sing our songs to. Drew cornered a nice looking blonde from the
Dutch group but she was hurrying to another engagement and couldn’t stop. We decided to go down in the stairway where
we could catch some unsuspecting souls leaving the ...
... br> and the music was classic ballroom dancing tunes. I took a video of a young couple who jumped
up on the stage with the band to avoid the crowd. Real Time announced to the crowd that this
was their very last performance as Real Time, as 2 members of the quartet had
changed and they are now known as Via Voice.
It is not my favorite name but if they continue to sing as they are I
won’t care what their name ...
... as a bell. I remember Good-Bye Sweetheart and Sentimental Journey. The "Con-Men" quartet happened to be there so we sang our 2 songs for them and they really seemed to enjoy it. It never ceases to amaze me how music can bring people together in a matter of moments. It is so rewarding for our group and for us as individuals to be a part of it.
Someone asked for photos of the food we eat, not sure why but that's what they asked. I have attached a photo of the breakfast buffet. The porridge has been sort of a highlight for me because I like hot cereal and they have great items to add to the porridge to make it more yummy ...