As you read this…
… I’m probably somewhere over Russia.
Preparing myself to the Helsinki Dash.
What’s this when it’s at home?
Well, the only I flight I could get on the route I needed includes a change at Helsinki… and the planes don’t line up well.
I have 55 minutes to get through security…
… and onto my next plane.
While I’m pretty sure this is enough, bad experiences in Canada and the US earlier this year (one near miss, and one total miss) make me think 55 minutes is cutting it fine.
If I DO miss the connecting flight, I figure there are worse places to get stick.
I quite fancy Finland.
Unlike, it mist be said, the speaker in this week’s EES Story.
This week’s lesson is a tad different to normal. It’s not a conversation, for a start.
Rather, the speaker is discussing what she believes makes a country interesting (dynamic) or boring (dull).
Do you agree with her views?
Let’s find out…
From next week we’re doing an “Amsterdam Special” lesson series that I’ll be filming in Amsterdam.
If that floats your boat…
Language Punk. A Mile High.