Yesterday, the weather forecast promised a little (little, little) bit of sunshine today. So a friend of us invited me for a walk along the seaside at Naantali, about 15 km away from Turku, since we are all a bit desperate for sunshine right now.
Well….there was no sunshine. I am not sure about what to think about weather forecasts by now. This morning, it said “partly cloudy”. All I could see was a thick, grey layer of clouds, no parts whatsoever. Two forecasts promise bright blue sky and sunshine for the next two days. Somehow I doubt that, but we’ll see.
Anyway, Naantali is worth a visit. It is a nice little town with an old convict church. The main attraction during the summer time is the Moomin World and I can imagine the streets being terribly packed with tourists then. At this time of the year, however, the streets are empty and the Moomin World is closed (and so are the cafés). It was grey and windy, but great anyway! The good thing about the Scandinavian houses is that even on a day like this you still have some colour in your life. And hopefully we’ll be able to visit it again before we leave, maybe with a tiny little bit of sunshine…
very nice picture anyway, as always:-) If I could I would send you sun and warm temperatures from Freiburg (Yesterday close to 20 deg). Kind regards Karin