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... many times over the past 5000 years there is a wee bit of history to be told on Malta and lots of ruins to have a look at, harbours to be explored and super yachts to be ooohhhed and aaahhhed over.
I'm not a churchie kinda bloke but the Cathedral in Valletta is absolutely amazing for its over the top ornateness, the floor is incredible with many marble grave stones embedded, they have skull and ...
... According to the pamphlet, "Malta 5D is a new generation theatre where you feel the 'real' emotions of the movie. In a short time, you may explore the colourful and impressive episodes of the Maltese history and culture, magnified in 3D film, moving seats, water spray, scents, air blasts and leg tickles. A unique experience for all ages." Well, it was certainly unique; weird is probably a better word to describe it. It wasn't particularly ...
... I wanted to see because I ended up cold, wet and hungry (the thing was older than the pyramids of Giza, so although it’s a shame I missed it, I’m pretty sure it’ll still be around in a few years). We had a quick stop at a local food place and sampled some of the local chutneys and spreads, and then carried on for a quick stop overlooking Ramla Bay. I’m sure it’s gorgeous in the summer, as the water is a lovely aqua colour ...
Today I woke up with a new freckle. How had I not noticed this one before? It was right in the middle of my face! And it was huge! I was stumped all day, and then realised later that it was probably a mosquito bite in disguise.
I had an inside day; napping, recovering from my yoga hangover and dealing with Canadian immigration department staff. No one seems to know what's going on and everyone passes me ...
... visited the torture chamber and saw what those poor souls had to endure when they dared to think for themselves and question authority. The prison cells were individual or shared and some stayed for short stay while others who were beyond saving, were imprisoned for life.
Although I exhausted, I decided to go to the Malta Maritime Museum. It is located in the formal Naval Bakery on the Vittoriosa marina. It was built in the 1840s and ...