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... is a medieval walled town situated on a hill in the centre of the island. Remains uncovered beyond the city’s walls suggest the importance of the general region to Malta’s Phoenician settlers. Mdina is commonly called the "Silent City".The town is still confined within its walls, and has a population of just under three hundred. Evidence of settlements in Mdina goes back to over 4000 BC. It was possibly first fortified by the ...
... lady know the name of the cafe in BA when I remember it)We ate a ........? a Maltese cheese pie of course!
It was delicious.A lovely lady told us some of the history of the cafe which has been handed down in the Cordina family and the beautiful paintings on the ceiling. The paintings, painted by a famous painter, Cali, who usually only paints in churches. In the cafe he painted the ceiling, gold leaf and all and represented those ...
reaches above 31 degrees nearly every day. The sea is quite nice and about
21-25 degrees. The Maltese food isn’t that great.
We are in Malta for 2
weeks so it will be very relaxing. By for now, from Hannah.
... moment when he almost got tipped off into the water, but his sea legs won out. The original plan had been to lift the Charlotte Louise with a crane onto land that evening, but the excitement of the morning and the lack of coordination on Gabriel’s part meant it would have to wait for another day.
All of us jumped aboard the yellow tow boat and raced against time to get back to Sliema before the sun sunk into the sea (they’d be fined if the water ...
... time exploring anyway!
Stopping off at Marsaxlokk we bought some cheese and beer from a corner stop and went to Għar Lapsi to watch the sunset. The tide was in, so we had to walk over some wet rocks to get to a good viewing area. I was leading, and slipped over on my bum. It seriously looked like I had wet my pants, and to make matters worse, I tore a hole in my jeans on the climb up the jagged rocks!
The treacherous ascent was worth ...