Rauhalahti Holiday Centre
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We went to the Rauhalahti Holiday village outside Kuopio for a couple of days where we stayed in a cabin - a beautiful cabin with pine floors, walls, and ceilings. All sparkling clean. I was drawn to this location by the large, traditional sauna that gets fired up twice a week and stands on the banks of the lake. There are also the more common saunas that ...
... and I's second choice for exchange universities. After lunch we made our way to Santa's Village. We did some shopping and took hundreds of photos before getting back on the bus to head back to Oulu.
So that was our mid semester break.
Much love, kisses and hugs from the other side of the world
P.S I haven't put up any photos from Ranua Zoo or Santa's village because they will be in the next blog :)
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