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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 …
Tuesday 16 Sep 14 – Happy 40th birthday Adrian !! A milestone event in any family but with obvious implications for those of us who are left – growing old !! And it was Vanessa’s birthday yesterday (and for the record, she has not reached the milestone – 21 again !). We hope they both enjoyed their respective days.
John & Barb reminded us of the night of Adrian’s birth – a dinner at ...
... get home and by the time we arrived back, the races were over.
Lynda, on the other hand, had managed to notice the crowds building and gone to see what was happening – horses and Shetland ponies racing down the road, in twos or threes, or sometimes on their own. People cheering and standing on the road. Crazy she thought! She had a conversation with Jimmy a Butcher from another town about the races and his brother’s horse that a ...
... but it turned out to be a lady practising and a guy accompanying her on the organ!
I started to feel utterly exhausted, and hot but cold all at once. Home time! But when I got there, I found a note on the stairs asking me to join in the fun at Good Thaimes. Can I ever resist that pub or that crowd? No. Off I went, to join in the fun shortly, and then back home to Skype Bec, and to be woken in the middle of the night by cheerful music and voices ...
... arcs and 47 acres of parks and lakes. The highlight for me is Lake Como, and we are very excited about having three nights there. The town Como itself seems A good place to start, as well as ferry trips around the centre in Bellagio and the north near the alps. There's some great hikes along the West Bank, and I'm sure at this point we'll need to burn off some of those pizzas. Very excited, but hard to think about as we still have so much of Malta we haven't ...