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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 …
... been running worldwide for at least 15 years. March 16 free day..wandered all over Valletta shopping streets. Did go to see JLo's new film Boy Next Door..Had no idea it has so much white knuckle violence etc.. She was being stalked by her psychopath neighbor..My heart was thumping by the time if finished..dear god..I needed a Disney film after that. March 17..departure day..all cked out-taxi comes at 2..time to kill. Will fly to Catania..getting in after 5. ...
... though everyone knows it is coming, there is still an collective jump as gasp as the sound of the cannon resonates across the harbour. A cruise ship is entering the port at this time, the guests must be wondering what is going on!
We then walk through the main city streets of Valetta, where cars on not permitted. A very wide min street, with lots of old buildings.
Almost all the buildings in Malta are made of sandstone, so the ...
... SPIRITUALITY -
-----Many people were caught up in their busy work lives, the things they bought and consumed, their pleasures, and the attention they received with their appearances / cars / muscles / sun-glasses. Caught up in themselves.
-----"The more looks outside oneself, the happier he is; the more one looks inside himself, the less happy." - J.Breen philosophy
-----Self-criticism and self-improvement were good and important things, of course. ...
... by for people getting off the bus, for nearly an hour, while an elderly smoker wheezed and phlegm flapped (you can thank me for that image later) the entire route. All I could do was look sympathetically at my friend and occasionally ask him if he was still alive, and try to encourage him to look on the bright side of life with comments such as, "well, at least it's not as hot as in Venice last year (please don't kill me)!"
Nearly an ...