Today I’m back in foggy London after a very busy, but lovely, few days in Helsinki. (In spite of the wintry weather).
On Saturday before a late afternoon flight, I had an hour or so to wander around the city and revisit places that I’ve written about in my books. I met my Navy Officer, the hero in the The Englishman series which is partly based on my own life, in late autumn, almost to the date in October 1980, 36 years ago. As I wandered along the Esplanade, looking up to the statue of Eino Leino, the Finnish poet, where my Englishman and I shared our very first ‘proper’ kiss, I thought how little the city had changed. It felt as if all that time hadn’t passed. I couldn’t stop snapping away, and thought I’d share these pictures with you. I hope you enjoy seeing Helsinki through the eyes of Kaisa!
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