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#Actualszecs

Posted 13 January 2013 - 11:57 AM

I'm not A Finn or Norwegian, but I had been in Finland for about a year. They speak English quite fine. For example I spoke with two homeless middle-aged men, they both speak English. One of them was better than me.

I don't know much about the northern part (I lived about 250 km north form Helsinki).

About which country to pick: there are tons of mosquitoes in Finland, depending on how early in spring you go there (even in Lapland). Other than that it's an awesome place, if you are not the average tourist type. Have to spend some time there to really appreciate it.

#1szecs

Posted 13 January 2013 - 11:55 AM

I'm not A Finn or Norwegian, but I had been in Finland for about a year. They speak English quite fine. For example I spoke with two homeless middle-aged men, they both speak English. One of them was better than me.

 

I don't know about the northern part (I lived about 250 km north form Helsinki).

 

About which country to pick: there are tons of mosquitoes in Finland, depending on how early in spring you go there. Other than that it's an awesome place, if you are not the average tourist type. Have to spend some time there to really appreciate it.


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