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What a Trip!

Kirjoittanut 27.3.20171 syyskuun, 2020No Comments

We were on road for three weeks, until we came back home on Saturday-night. We (me, film crew, my brothers and mother) filmed a TV-program in Turku just before we (me and my girlfriend) left for the working trip!

Vallila crew.

Vallila crew.

On the next day, on Wednesday 8.3, I had a presentation for Vallila on Wednesday morning in Helsinki. From Helsinki we continued to Tallinn Estonia, for Thursday’s presentation for Profit Software. Both presentations went pretty ok and we came to Finland on Friday morning.

Tallinn Estonia. The presentation was in this little office. This was not the easiest presentation, the audience was almost asleep.

Tallinn Estonia. The presentation was in this little office. This was not the easiest presentation, the audience was almost asleep.

Noormarkku presentation, then again, was full on awesomeness!

Noormarkku presentation, then again, was full on awesomeness! 😛

The following Saturday was definitely one of the highlights of the trip! I was in Noormarkku, a tiny town in the West coast of Finland and was speaking for a bunch of teachers. This is something I wouldn’t have foreseen, they loved me!

It was nothing compared to my love for skiing, though, and skiing was waiting for us in Tahko! There was this event called Business Slalom in Tahko last Weekend and that, gave us an excuse to go there! I loved it, too, but I’ve written about that for you already.

This brings us to last week. From Tahko we drove to Jyväskylä for a presentation for Dream Up Exhibition and to meet my buddy Lasse. Lasse accommodated us from Tuesday to Wednesday, when we drove to Vierumäki, where I had a presentation for Finnish Mercedes Benz car people.

Then we left home, our route just wasn’t the straightest one. We drove via Scandic City, hotel in Tampere to Virrat, where I spurred basically the whole village.  Our drive continued via new, super nice Scandic Vaasa hotel, to Raahe, where I had a pretty normal presentation in an exhibition. It was for people to feel good about them selves. It was just the atmosphere, in which I like to be at!  My presentation, then again, was a bit compromised. My manager had sent the English presentation, but the audience was Finnish.

I managed to pull it trough, it’s the story of my own, so I don’t need to read the slides anyways! There was just the long and BORING ride back home to Turku left. We arrived home at approximately 12 pm. on Saturday night. My girlfriend drove us trough the whole trip (I can’t drive a car, anymore) and we’re both still alive, again. She’s the best!