Maria Giovanna Guest House
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... looking after the sick and injured from the Crusades and sieges of the town.
Many of their houses have been restored and are in current use.
The town is preparing for festival, with many decorations in the narrow streets.
The town is quite stunning.
We then move to Valetta, the capital.
We first visit Baarrakka Gardens, which looks over the Grand Harbour. The have a ceremonial cannon fire at 12 & 4. We stay for the noon ...
... language, which was similar to Tunisian Arabic.
-----Even if I never went to its second island - the more natural island of Gozo - I owed it to this tiny country to write a MODERN ODDYSEUS' TOP 5!!! in its name. The Modern Oddyseus stood firm in his belief that every country, no matter how big or small, had exactly five good things and five bad things about it.
-----Here were The Top 5 Worst Things about Malta! ...
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... is not. He likes buses better than trains, but isn't a fan of crowded spaces, and I was pretty sure he was going to kill me in Venice last year. I've become fairly adept at managing him, but there are still somethings I can't help. After paying for our day ticket (€1.50 for a day pass that will take you all over the island of Malta), we squished onto the bus. My friend's horror was almost palatable. We were stuck standing, and trying ...
... from my place).
Onward! To the Oriental Market shop to buy food and unhealthy snacks for the day.
We made rice, a medium chicken curry and a vegetable korma curry (Ippy and Debbie are vegetarian). We ate with Ippy on the roof whilst basking in the glorious sun. Everything was delicious!
Movie time! We had our hearts set on a Heath Ledger marathon. Why? Because he’s gorgeous, Australian, we wanted to commemorate him, he’s in ...
... I found it on Airbnb, and was very excited because all the photos and reviews were really good. My host, the energetic and happy Ippy answered the door, and welcomed Lars, Nicole and I inside. I’d been dying to see this place for months, and when I arrived, it wasn’t like I’d imagined…it was better! In every direction you look there is something creative, cool, useful or recycled. Even after a week of living here, I am still seeing ...