46th country is Finland

Finland is said to be one of the happiest country in the world.

And I thought they go about their daily lives in a merry way like elves working on Christmas, helping Santa deliver the presents to good kids of the world, singing, dancing and laughing through out.

but of course, there was no truth in that.

It was cold, wintry season unfolding to Spring. Remnants of snow stayed frozen in small hills around the city of Helsinki but no snow came from the sky. It was only 2 degrees celsius. and for Asian thin-skined woman like me who came about spontaneously, it was like staying in the frozen section of the refrigerator (not that I’ve tried putting my head in). 

The country looked like any European cities of the world (but the buildings are amazing-looking!) and the people are nice. They speak good english (which meant I can understand easily) and yes they may looked unapproachable like the New Yorkers (in my experience) but they are truly nice and warm (cos I got lost a lot of times-thats my fun way of seeing a new place-disturbing the locals with directions)

I walked about the city visiting places of attractions in the wee hours of the morning. And unlike SIngapore (24 hours open), the city only wakes up afrom 10 am onwards. 

The above is a church named Temppeliaukio Church built beautifully in a rock (admission is 3 euro). And it reminded me of my visits in  the holy city of Jerusalem.

That was only a small part of the city’s ingeniuty that potrays well in its modern designs and architecture.

Of course food is always something that I looked for in my many travels…. and their cinnamon buns are truly rich and delicious!! I love it!

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About The Blogger: Lina Masrina is a soul blogger, intuitive heart coach and healing facilitator. 

Her passion is to work with people and reconnect them to their truth: being love -authentic, peace, harmony, abundance and joyous. She is a certified healing and law of attraction coach, certified Ho’oponopono practitioner, Certified Emotion Code Practitioner and ATS bali healer (chieftain/kamituo). 

In her free time, she travels spontaneously; “crashing” lovingly into locals’ homes, kitchens, road trips and even weddings. She is a foodie and has eaten some bizarre meats in the world like porcupine and horseshoe crab (as long it is Halal).

Her dream is to cover all 196 countries in this lifetime. Her blog is about her everyday peeling her own masks, while exploring vulnerability and authenticity and uncovering miracles of love. She lives in Singapore. But she work both locally and internationally. Do contact her at linamasrina gmail .

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