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... humanistic. Some cultures created adults who were selfish as babies. Some cultures may've produced more people who were ambitious, mean, and brutal. Some cultures produced more people who were playful, friendly, and creative.
-----Some cultures were more conducive to happiness and produced happier individuals. I'd observed that a culture's happiness wasn't related to its economic wealth, although it was probably related to how evenly its wealth was distributed. ...
... sure. When we got close to Sliema the road was so busy so we got off the bus and just started walking until we found it. It didn't take too long after asking for directions. The festa was celebrating the feast of a saint (not sure which one) and they are held all over Malta at this time of year. We saw a very small traditional parade honouring the saint and listened to a marching band and watched some of the loudest fireworks I have ever heard! Some of the festas are ...
... a bad sting but enough for her to call it a day on the swimming and for us to start the trek back to the car for a bit more sightseeing.
On the way back to our place we stopped at ‘Crystal Cave’ to look at the view. The ancient cave is closed off due to the ceiling caving in, but we’d been told the views were amazing from that spot. They didn’t disappoint! We chatted with a man doing a promo on Gozo for Sky TV ...
... encouraged me to stand up… he obviously recognised 'sea legs’ when he saw them!
Alfredo was a great tour boat driver! He took his time and let other boats that were going ‘too fast’ pass us so that he could show us the ‘best’ caves. He was very proud of the area and gave us lots of insights. The water was crystal clear, amazing shade of blue from deep to aqua, sparkling and reflective where the ...
... and bastions from the middle ages and the time of the Knights of Malta. The more we travel around tbe more we discover. And because the island is so small, everything's right around the corner.
Maltese people have very strong family networks, and the Catholic Church is still an important pillar of life here-the newspaper prints the Prime Minister's daily agenda ...