Travel Blogs from Vaasa
... boat dock on the water. We learned that the Baltic Sea has less salt than any other in the world. The tides at this place are very minimal. Errik and Barbara have had the place for 25 years, starting with one place then building another place just a bit larger than the first. They have a great deck close to the water. They had lots of beer and vodka, a hockey game on the tube and a place for whomever to sing so we were all ...
... soon as we started singing, some of the
Chinese Broadcasting group came along and stopped to listen with much
interest. We finished our first song and
we got a thunderous reaction. It was
cool. A traffic jam had now been created
as we started our next (only other) song.
As we sang the tag, the cameras and videos were going and when we
finished, the applause again roared. One
of the other groups who had been singing ...
After the Cantatrix and the Chinese Broadcasting Children’s
Choir show we headed over to City Hall for another show/dance. This show featured a full dance band and
select small ensemble performances, sort of a dance floor show. Our 2 quartets performed along with a Swedish
quintet (I think). The dance was very
nice and it has been a long time since I was at a ballroom dance. There were some very elegant ...
I was able to take a short walk this morning. I went to the water again in a different spot.
I have noticed that graffiti is not covered up here for the most part. I guess people are just like dogs marking their territory. I walked by a small power plant. They have a cool-looking unique shiny metal power pole. They have a "Green Belt" system here along the ...
... Our first day we had barley porridge, yesterday was oatmeal porridge and today we enjoyed rye porridge. I think I mentioned the flax meal, chopped almonds, cinnamon sugar, mixed berries and sunflower seeds. The meal I mentioned that is high in Omega 3's is hawthorne.