San Antonio Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... which door is the most expansive for you & embrace this with joy. As I sat there in ceremony I saw you all one by one walking down the stairs & entering through this Diamond Doorway & into the ocean. After a little while a beautiful couple came exploring in this sacred place & shared with me that this was the place that the nuns use to come swim as they had privacy there. Was once again for me that sharing of information which is so special. Of ...
... but too cold for me!! It is an island between the islands of Malta and Gozo in the Mediterranean Sea measuring only 3.5 square kilometres in area. Apparently named after the cumin seed that once flourished in the Maltese islands. It has a permanent population of only 4 people. One priest and one policeman commute from Gozo, to render their services to the local population and summertime ...
I slept for 14 hours…a good indication of how tired I was after 'too much' fun!
I cleaned up the house a bit which was still in shambles from an amazing farewell party.
Later I took the bus around to Mint behind Sliema and met with Egil for a late lunch. I tried the potato bake and banana smoothie. And where there comes a meal, there must always come dessert…caramel slice! I ordered a raspberry cake to takeaway, which I would give to Debbie when I saw ...
... specialise in ‘degayification’ (yes, just like in the movie Saved). I also looked at the YouTube comments on his video. One of them said: ‘Thanks for proving he was brainwashed by the 'River of Love (you mean hate)'. He was born gay and then was brainwashed in thinking that it's a sin...poor sod. I hope it won't be too long before he realizes.’ It was an interesting car trip anyway!
After a very convoluted ...
... at Gzira. We meet are afternoon and took a bus to Valletta. We walked in Upper Barrackka gardens, which has a great view of re harbour, we were even lucky enough to see the same boat that bought Dad in go out again for another run before sundown. Of course the moment someone comes to visit the unspoilt sunshine we've been ...