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And we're back.
Todays resume, wind, wind, tons of wind. Not head on, from the side but still most of the time against it. Hard day, but I made it. Feeling very proud about this trip right now.
Saw a lot of cyclists going the other way, turns out to be a fundraiser ride: Ride to conquer cancer. They ...
... since I was a little girl. My friend just moved there with her family so I would be visiting her as well as attending a jewellery workshop on silver filigree. I’m very curious to see the fusion of both Sicilian and Palestinian culture on this island which could be very enchanting…or very chaotic! But having been to both Sicily and Palestine, I have a good feeling about Malta. ...
... city a nice atmosphere. The people there all walk around drinking Matte and all seemed very happy. In fact, according to our host the country is feeling a nice period of prosperity, the scars from the Dictatorship a few decades ago are finally starting to heal and with rising commodity prices the economy has been running quite well there.
Our Airbnb host took us out to a cultural drumming march that takes place around midnight every Sunday ...
... and parts there. My bike is also is much better working order, however the chain has begun to skip a little, which could be fixed with a simple new chain, or it might need new cranks which would be an expensive fix. I will replace the chain for now and see what happens. After a trip to the market, exploring the Old Port, climbing Mt. Royal (inadvertently through the city's main cemetery ...
... was so cold that the plastic lenses in the glasses
contracted, and both lenses fell out, but one stayed in the pocket.
back from London, and we all have home-delivered Indonesian meal. The delivery man, even though he was in a
truck, was absolutely frozen as he had to take his gloves off all the time.
After the previous nights’ sleep, Dianne had been
optimistic that she wasn’t going to have any ...