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We started this morning by cleaning up and getting a long hot shower. Today’s plan is to travel in the direction of Valletta, to explore the walled capital of Malta. We are taking the interior roads as they are less subject to getting lost and going in the wrong direction.
We headed …
... literally just one main street with several smaller off-shoots revealed that the brand name stores were most definitely mainly based in Sliema. Valletta was home to many restaurants and smaller, independent, 'one man and his band' type stores. Tired from all the walking, the heat and the shopping, we navigated the unhelpfully unsigned bus station and fought our way onto a bus out of Valletta - I knew all that time spent fighting to get on a bus in China would prove a useful ...
We had a super day out on the sailing boat, it was a long day, weather was just glorious. Our boat was a Turkish Gullet called Fernandes II. This was a beautiful 38 m long 2 mast vessel, we had been told to get there early to ensure some shade, which we did, but so too, did the 100 Swedish school students who are over here on camp!! The boys would have been in heaven, 80 of the 100 were girls ...
... spare a moment to wipe it away, caught in concentration and panic. Skilfully they resecured the knots with strong and weathered hands.
As we hit the afternoon, the sea started to turn a bit rougher. Water lapped at the already half-submerged vessel, and large amounts rushed up onto the deck, meaning you could only pass to the bow of the ship via one side. It occurred to me that if this endeavour went pear-shaped, I might have to just jump off into the sea!
... two types of good pasta that Ippy and I had prepared. The cake and biscuits went down a treat too!
One of the topics of conversation was Valentine’s Day. Everyone agreed we should celebrate together somehow, and we eventually came up with the idea of a S.A.D (Singles Awareness Day) Party. It’ll be good fun planning that one!
Debbie and I spoke in my room until the wee hours of the morning. Ah, the perks of not having to go to ...