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In the late afternoon Nicole and I went bra shopping in Sliema while Debbie had a nap. That evening Debbie and I got 'prettied up’ (jokes were made all night about how we took too long to get ready), bought ciders from the Oriental Market and met a crowd of people at Good Thaimes. The crowd had gathered for Josh’s house warming party, and we all walked up the MASSIVE hill together to his new apartment (yes, if we’re ...
... me. I’m not on a planned tour where they book my accommodation and spoon feed me all the history of the places we visit. I’m alone, and that’s something I didn’t fully comprehend until I stepped off the plane and into another country. I never fully comprehended how massive this trip I’ve undertaken is. This is massive. It’s scary. It’s lonely. It’s exciting. It’s uncertain. It’s my life. I have to ...
... Sliema, the next town along from St. Julians. The only thing is, at the moment, the buses are very overcrowded because they have had to get rid of all the Arriva bendy buses (the ones Boris kindly donated to Malta when he found London was too bendy for them (?!). The reason they have had to take them off the roads here is because three buses randomly caught ...
... of the bus to wave it down. We missed quite a few buses which added to the time we spent getting from place to place. It was quite frustrating but we soon got used to it.
Friday Mum was not well in the morning. She felt better by the afternoon so we visited Mosta and the Mosta Dome. The Mosta Dome is a church and one of the largest Domes in Europe. We then went to Mdina which was amazing. Mdina is a small town inside a fort. There ...
... not in a hurry. It is very pleasant.
Also, all the eating establishments and stores and clubs are open to the sea air. The weather is so nice. People were even smoking in the clubs last night, but you couldn't really notice.
This morning we visited the Blue Grotto Overlook. It was a brief visit, but still a gorgeous photo opportunity. Then we headed to the ruins at Hagar Qim. The museum was very interactive and I learned ...