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... of music. Good singer. We headed back to our apartment. We need to get up early for another tour!!! Slow learners! We let the concierge know we wanted to cancel because of our experience on Tuesday. He had assured us there will be no repeat performance. I am getting more comfortable with blogging so I might just express my discontent on Trip Advisor, etc.
So, good night. I'll let you know how our ferry ride to Gozo goes.
Til tomorrow. Vicki and Dave
... old city is surrounded by huge bastions, walls 6 mtrs thick. Went to the national war museum, these people have been invaded by/or fighting someone most of their existence.
A 16th century hospital (now a conference centre) was built by the order of st johns 4 their knights n the elite - a toilet 4 every patient of which there were many as the ward was 500 metres long.
They had a 72% success ...
... very proud of his efforts under intense pressure as I snapped photos! Even the tea trolley was wheeled to our table and the selection of tea infused by our side.
After dinner, Lino arrived to say hello & goodbye as Lynda & I were leaving for France the next day. He waited for us to finish and then took us for a tour down to the wine cellar to discuss wine and see how beautiful it was down there. A small room down a spiral ...
I'd had hardly any sleep, so I napped again in the morning, did one last load of washing, and washed myself. I also met the new couple who were going to be in the Forest Room for the next week. It was strange to think that life was marching on in the Green House, even though I was counting down my final 24 hours in Malta. I’d spent 2 months here and it had become my second home.
I started my daily activities by visiting one of my personal ...
... open, and the people from inside were walking out on the road buying fruit from a van! I thought it was quite intriguing. I’ve heard many locals telling me that refugees come to Malta and often stay illegally forever. I haven’t researched it though, but I know it’s an issue.
After a roller coaster ride on a tiny rocky dirt road, we came to St. Peter’s Pool. A short walk down a path and we had a spectacular view of the azure ...