Tag Archives : Finland

A mix of modern and tradition: Wanhan Rauman KaffeBar


The Western Coast of Finland is a right beauty, and nestled in its gentle (or bloody brisk) embrace is its jewel; Rauma.     The City of Rauma, founded 1442 is Finland’s third oldest town. Last year it celebrates its’ 575th anniversary while the Mother Land put its on party pants to celebrate 100 years as an independent state. So…

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My two new favourite beauty products


  I hail from the Northernmost longitudes of Europe, where blistering cold winters, arctic air and brutal winds attempt to kick the residents butts pretty much all the time. I’m telling you this because I think it might help you understand my skin-troubles better if you’re in the know about it. Apart from my regular woes of oils and pores,…

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15 reasons I love Finland


On Wednesday (06.12) Finland celebrated its 100th birthday – my Motherland has been independent for a full century and guys, that’s really awesome. We Finns are known for our somewhat lacking social skills, fecking cold winters and most notably Angry Birds but there’s so many more reasons to love the little country that gave you Nokia (among other things). I’ll…

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Beer lovers in Tampere, Finland must visit here


  Okay so it’s not a new thing by any stretch of the imagination, Plevna opened way back in the beginning of 90s, but it still makes it new to us who do not have the fortune of living within walking/driving distance of it.     But let’s start from the beginning. Hubby and I visit Tampere every so often…

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