White Dolphin Holiday Complex
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... had chicken wontons. For mains Pat and David shared vegetable noodles, chicken fried rice, chicken in Ginger and oyster source and sizzling chicken. We asked the waiter what the deserts were he said lemon cake with cheese, Pat asked is that cheese cake, he said no, lemon cake with cheese. Imagine our surprise when we receive cheesecake. After a long day we went straight to bed, no TV, no internet. After David went to sleep Pat went on the Internet and wrote the blog. David said ...
... Mr Godwin Bugeja (Maltese history) and Mr Tony Demicoli (art) together with my school friends were in for a night of good food and wine, lots of stories to be told, catching up on what happened in our lives over the last 45 years, way too much laughter and noise and planning our next reunion. It was wonderful to hear our teachers praise us students and saying what a great class we were. I wonder if it was the wine talking !!!
What a fun ...
... such friends by the end of the evening. The concert was amazing. There was an intro band and singer that went on for an hour..stupendous and he wasn't even Riccardo...He came on after a break and he sang non-stop for 2 hours..he said he was 67..and very fit jumping around the stage..on and off, playing the audience, selfies with many women, got hugs and kisses from anyone who had the guts to go for it..while he was in the aisles..After the show, these ...
... gramophones, juke boxes, “antique” TV sets and fashions, most of which I remember using in my youth. It made us feel quite old (and of course, we’re not at all!) but we revived ourselves with a drink in the retro cafe, just like the coffee bars we used to frequent all those years ago.
Having seen the fish-carved doorway slab in the museum, we wanted to see where it came ...
... being sexually victimized, intense psychological distortions, or any other severely traumatic life experience. However, many people go through life never experiencing these horrific events, but what is common to all people, though, are the experiences of emotions. We all experience emotions but to differing degrees. Emotions are very powerful and we have no direct control over them. They are involuntarily and unconsciously stimulated. What we do have control over is ...