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Eat at home

Moi! How are you doing? The COVID 19 situation in Finland is under the control, though the number of patients has increased little by little especially in Helsinki area. According to the local newspaper (a few days ago), the number of patients is less 40 and no one...
Enjoy the nature!

Enjoy the nature!

Moi! I used to write a blog in English and Japanese in Japanese section but I start writing a blog only in English here. My English may not be perfect but hope that you enjoy reading it.   The news of coronavirus used to be a little bit far from my real life at...
Winter swimming in Seinäjoki

Winter swimming in Seinäjoki

Winter swimming in Seinäjoki Avanto, a hole in the ice. Primitive instincts tell me to stay away from the frozen, dark depths and here I am, once again taking a step in to the icy waters for fun.  I had this extreme idea of trying out how does it feel to spook...
Second hand shop challenge

Second hand shop challenge

Springtime second hand shop challenge It feels like a perfect day for a treasure hunt! Seinäjoki area offers multiple thrift stores for ecological shoppers. Do you need a pair of jeans? An umbrella or a wedding dress? You will most likely find things you never knew...
How to Watch Live Football at SJK Seinäjoki

How to Watch Live Football at SJK Seinäjoki

It’s April and the football season in Finland is just about to restart, with the first round of games in the Veikkausliiga, Finland’s Premier League, taking place in early-April. I thought I’d explain how to get the most out of your visit to OmaSp Stadion, home of SJK...
A Winter Day-trip to Ähtäri Zoo

A Winter Day-trip to Ähtäri Zoo

Cover photo by Timo Ahopelto. www.ahtarizoo.fi Going to the zoo might not be everyone’s idea of a typical winter activity. I recently made a visit to nearby Ähtäri Zoo, however, and discovered there’s plenty of life there all year round. Here are a few...

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