I remember Poland.......long walks with my lovely friend, walks among beautiful fields covered with tall, colourful lupins, shiny golden grasses and mesmerising bluebells. I remember our giggles, loud laughs and grasshopper's chirps in the background. I remember the smell of the forest and wild flower, that we would pick to slip them into our tangled by wind hair. I didn't realized then how lovely it was to live so close to nature. It was ''normal'' and I didn't know it could be different…
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I swim here once a week. This photo was taken without sunlight or moonlight. The only light was the ambient light that reflected from the clouds. "Ice swimming is swimming in a body of water with a frozen crust of ice, which requires cutting a hole in the ice. This may also be simulated by a pool of water at 0 °C, the temperature at which water freezes. Ice swimming is possible because the freezing of water releases heat, so that the water does not refreeze instantly."…
8 Very Finnish Problems that show how much Finns love sauna
Think of Finland and it's likely one of the first things that comes to mind is sauna. Hardly surprising when you consider the country has 3 million of the steamy rooms. In homage to an awesome idea, we've got together with Finland's favourite Facebook page, Very Finnish Problems, to showcase exactly why Finns are so set on the delights of sauna.