s I recall, last time I said I’d travelled to Estonia. Well I’d also booked a ferry to go to Stockholm, Sweden by myself on the Monday, as Piia was back in work then.
So, this blog will basically be an account of my last 24 hours in Finland. I only picked on the most interesting to discuss.
Without further ado, I’m going to get straight into it, but I will say that all my experiences this time around, have been a learning curve for me. I’ll know what to do and what not to do next time.
Monday was an okay day to begin with as it rained all morning, but despite that I still needed to cancel my ticket for the ferry. This was because I’d been talking about going to Stockholm while in Estonia, so I decided to go.
Little did I know though, that I’d receive a full refund for the ticket – the reason for this was because the return ferry would have ported back in Helsinki, after my flight left the country – had I cancelled 24 hours before the ferry left – I had booked the reservation about 12 hours previous. I could, however, cancel my reservation.
Piia felt disappointed because she didn’t get to show me Pori beach, for the second time in a row. I told her not to worry because I need to come back again to see the beach, so watch this space for a possible third instalment.
I went back to the guitar shop and found out it was the Ibanez store, but the only sold second hand or reconditioned guitars. I saw a guitar I wanted for only 250€ (£220) and a bass for only 69€ (£59). I decided against it because I had other things to carry back to the airport.
After getting food and walking around the city for the next few hours, I left for the airport. This is where I think I’m going to leave it for now, but I will say stay tuned for a third visit.