Docking Station for Digital Nomads

Jun 30 2016 Issue #1228

Tallinn – Lohja – Pula

As mentioned in May, I spent a couple of days in Tallinn. The whole trip was business, business, business, so not much to tell you about it. This time I took my car with me to visit a bit more remote office and to bring some drinks back home to our new summer cabin.

The trip was uneventful – I’ve sort of started to like these kind of trips when growing older. Still, it was fun to drive around Tallinn and suburbs in our convertible (Peugeot 307 CC, nothing that fancy) with roof open. Tallinn was pampered by a heat wave, so convertible was a very good choice.

After that trip I’ve been working like a dog. We did spend the midsummer in our new cabin with extended family – two brother-in-laws and one cousin of our children were there with us.

More in Journal

May 31 Life, Travelling:

No travels in May

This past month was surprising quiet on travel front, no trips whatsoever.

Apr 30 Life, Travelling:

Stockholm ice hockey tournament trip

After returning from Japan, we spent a few days at home and then I and Aapo were on the road again. This time our destination was Stockholm. Aapo’s ice hockey team had their first tournament trip abroad. As I’m one of the two team leaders of the team, I was in charge of around 35 ten year old junior hockey players.

Mar 28 Life, Travelling:

Travelling with Children — Near and Far

As mentioned a month ago, I had the pleasure of visiting DrupalCamp London with my two youngest children — Niilo (8y) and Seela (4y). My wife told me after I reserved the tickets that she wouldn’t go and wished me best of luck with my endeavour.


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