Yeah, lets go! By the way, what does 'playa' mean?Vamos a la Playa!
Oh, it sounds like Finnish summer, though I guess you can see the stars on the sky every night. Here in the capital area there is snow on the ground and -11 degrees Celsius now. And its getting colder every day... I envy you! 8)amlangela said:The weather is like spring in Holland, no even better. In 1 month I only had 1 day rain...and the temperature is during daytime 20-24 degrees Celsius...
I need to warm myself up too!If you want to warm up, take the plane to Alicante, 2,5-3 hours flight from Amsterdam, it's 45 minutes drive from where I live now. Then give me a call and I will pick you up.
It seems that here in Finland it is either very cold and frosty weather or then it is 0 degrees Celsius and it rains wet snow during wintertime. I hate the rain most but when it is -20 degrees Celsius or more outside, I don't like it either. The only case I like frosty weather happens when it is full moon and stars on the sky - and the snow on the surface of lake Saimaa is glittering too like stars. It is such a great experience to run and dance alone on the surface of the snowy lake. Unfortunately - currently I have to live in Espoo, the capital area of Finland and town Lappeenranta on the shore of lake Saimaa is so far away from here. Of course there is the Baltic Sea here, but it is not the same thing.amlangela said:Ninnu, I don't envy you....I am so NOT fond of cold. If you want to warm up, take the plane to Alicante, 2,5-3 hours flight from Amsterdam, it's 45 minutes drive from where I live now. Then give me a call and I will pick you up.