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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 …
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... fourth largest unsupported dome in the world. During WWII a bomb pierced the dome and landed unexploded and there is a replica housed in the church, couldn't stop to look, but took the photo.
We got back to the ship at 4.35pm the front office had rung the room and Zac said we were still on shore but as they were speaking the front desk said "oh they just scanned back in", we were pushing the time.
Anyway tomorrow is a day at sea ready for the next stop Argostoli in Greece.
... Golden Bay. Radisson. Sea and wind and bare, rocky land surrounded them. I camped among them, in the ruins of an abandoned resort village.
-----A whole village to myself! The buildings, made from chalky white bricks, were now being conquered by nature. There was an old hotel, a restaurant, swimming pool, mini golf course, kids' discotech and outdoor theater, and a residencial village. But, it was difficult to see the brick archways hanging ...
... and north toward the ferry port. I walked west toward the red tower, an ancient castle built by the nights. From here I could see Comino and Gozo. It was so clear I could pick out the churches and citadel of Central Gozo. From there it was a 2.5 km walk to the most Western point of the ridge (facing Spain).
I stopped half way for some water and crackers, and sat overlooking Golden Bay to the south. After I followed some stairs down that seemed lead nowhere. It was a ...