Wow what a whirlwind week it has been! Grab a coffee and some chocolate chip cookies. Please don’t mind the boxes and huge moving mess all around. Hopefully I will soon get rid of some of our furniture and have space to stack the boxes on the side and make it all more presentable.
The Hill of Crosses is an amazing site in Lithuania which you should try to visit if ever in the country. Funnily, when we had decided on our Lithuania roadtrip, we had a meeting with our bank clerk (on bank matters mind you) and turned out he’d just been to Lithuania! He went on tell us all about his visit and what was worth seeing. I think he and I would both agree that the Hill of Crosses should be on top of any visitor’s list.
As those of you who follow my blog will know, I love good food. Living in Finland the one thing I cannot get here is decent Malaysian fare. There really aren’t any Malaysian restaurants nearby that serve the dishes I crave, so you could say authentic Malaysian food is very rare here.
When seeing photos of Hanko, you would imagine the sun always shines there. On our visit the sun was accompanied by an infernal wind which these photos don’t capture. Never mind the wind though, I was on a mission to find statues!
If we were having coffee, I would ask you to meet me at a café as our apartment is such a mess after what I call pre-move cleaning. There’s all kinds of unwanted stuff in our living room which someone (me?) should take out to charity, etc. – you don’t want to see it, believe me!