Monthly Archives: March 2013

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter! This year I have celebrated Easter more than in twenty years, thanks to my 2 year old. Last Saturday we searched willow and birch twigs, decorated them and on Sunday morning, (my child) dressed as a little witch,

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter! This year I have celebrated Easter more than in twenty years, thanks to my 2 year old. Last Saturday we searched willow and birch twigs, decorated them and on Sunday morning, (my child) dressed as a little witch,

Coffee break vol. 2 – Fratello

  One of my favorite coffee places in the center of Helsinki is Fratello Torrefazione and the main reason is the quality of their coffee. At first I doubted if I would like the place, as it is located in a

Coffee break vol. 2 – Fratello

  One of my favorite coffee places in the center of Helsinki is Fratello Torrefazione and the main reason is the quality of their coffee. At first I doubted if I would like the place, as it is located in a

Museum of Natural History – vol. 2

Today the traditional visit to the Museum of Natural History took place again. I had no time to read any information really, as we are passing the tradition to my 2 year old as well. But the museum suites well

Museum of Natural History – vol. 2

Today the traditional visit to the Museum of Natural History took place again. I had no time to read any information really, as we are passing the tradition to my 2 year old as well. But the museum suites well

Icy sports

Pikkukoski is a great place to experience Finnish winter; at the same time you can see ice climbing and ice swimming. Who is crazier than who, is up to you. So far I have only tried ice swimming, and I

Icy sports

Pikkukoski is a great place to experience Finnish winter; at the same time you can see ice climbing and ice swimming. Who is crazier than who, is up to you. So far I have only tried ice swimming, and I

Coffee break vol. I – “acqua sporca”

    Finns are the ones who consume most coffee in the whole world: the average is 12 kilos of coffee beans per person in a year – a kilo in a month. We have our own kind of coffee,

Coffee break vol. I – “acqua sporca”

    Finns are the ones who consume most coffee in the whole world: the average is 12 kilos of coffee beans per person in a year – a kilo in a month. We have our own kind of coffee,

Turku

The oldest town in Finland is Turku, “the rival of Helsinki”. It used to be the most important city in Finland until 1812, when Helsinki was turned into the capital of the Grand Duchy of Finland by an order of

Turku

The oldest town in Finland is Turku, “the rival of Helsinki”. It used to be the most important city in Finland until 1812, when Helsinki was turned into the capital of the Grand Duchy of Finland by an order of