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... apparently it happens a lot in Malta? So had to wait for the generators to kick in. Showered and then went to Table 1 restaurant for dinner, we like it there, the food and service are excellent. For starters we had baked Camembert with apple chutney and for main a Angus Beef Sirloin platter with veggies and for pud a white chocolate cheesecake, scrum my yum yum. After all that a leisurely walk back to the hotel and bed as we have to be up at 6.30 tomorrow, night ...
... square was stunning and open with white sandstone buildings and the cobbled streets had a very Dubrovnik feel about them (yes, it's a real cultural mix), with its tall buildings and not being able to see around the next corner (or to shoot an arrow - a protective design).
Unsurprisingly there are loads of war memorials and you can visit the catacombs where the
Maltese hid during the ...
... uncomfortably busy, quite the opposite really, the place was calm and devoid of any madness you’d often see in other cities. We wandered around and took the usual photos then stopped to admire the gorgeous view over the city once again before setting off back downhill and off to lunch in a local Greek tavern. Being in Greece I went for the obvious choice of Halloumi, I bloody love Halloumi, and so I had Halloumi, and it was bloody delicious! After lunch we then ...
... and Rabat. Mdina was originally the capital of Malta but over the centuries with wars, takeovers and political manoeuvring it lost its status and now finds itself with a world heritage listing. A walled city of unsurpassed beauty. Not many cars and narrow walkways. A magnificent surrounding wall that overlooks the surrounding countryside from the highest point on Malta. The Metropolitan Cathedral is the mother cathedral of all the churches on Malta and the main painting ...
... yet incredible at the same time. We had dinner at Rabat overlooking the walls surrounding Mdina. Many stories were exchanged about Malta and Australia, once again lots of laughter. I have always been told Malta is a small place and if you hop in a car you can drive around it a day. Which is correct, but the wealth of history this country holds, we have not done it justice in our stay. We will defiantly be back! We just loved Malta! We are off to Ireland ...