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... open topped double decker tourist bus lurches around the corner from the road into the hotel. We think that it is about to tip over. I hope it's not our bus. At about 9.30am we are approached by the driver. He says that this is indeed our bus. After some waiting the bus finally leaves the hotel at about 9.45am. We head north through a maze of back streets. I think that this is a bit strange, because the port is to the south. We stop at several more ...
I went for a walk along the foreshore from Sliema all the way up to Paceville and I have to say that this section of the coast is completely developed. There are high rise buildings everywhere, cafes, restaurants and lots of people selling boat tours. After walking for over an hour, I ended up catching the bus back, which only cost 1.50 Euros.
On Friday night we had a party boat booked for the school, which was supposed to be like ...
Loved our day in Malta, Mum says scenically, it's her favourite arrival into any port on this trip, I personally can't really choose at this stage, I need to digest it all but it was stunning. We decided to do an independent 'hop on, hop off' tour of the central and northern part of the island, mainly because we wanted to get off and explore St Paul's Bay, which is where we came when I was around 9 (ish) for a family holiday and stayed in my Uncles holiday flat. ...
... br> FAVORITE BOOK
"Netochka Nezvanaya" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
FAVORITE GENERAL EXPERIENCES
1. Reading Russian Writers in Russian
2. Snorkeling in Oceania
3. Touring the Archipelago of the Bijagos by Boat
4. Traveling by Boat on the Amazon River
5. Conversing with Intelligent Russian Women
6. Dancing in South America
7. Going on South African Safaris
8. Seeing the Surma Tribe
9. Visiting the Altai Mountains
10. Hitchhiking across ...
... that basically sold everything! We were only expecting fresh seafood but we found so much more. The fishing boats a very simple but very colourful and some are so small they look like they would sink if two people got in! There are a lot of restaurants lining the street of the markets so we enjoyed a seafood lunch of whitebait, calamari and prawns (which were surprisingly very small!). On the way back we stopped off in Valletta, the capital city, and being a ...