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Finally I had a sleep in!
Lynda got up early and I heard her head off on a morning walk. She arrived back and then headed out with Mary to search the local streets for the best bread. Success! They'd also checked out the closest coffee shop and didn’t recommend we return. Local bread, butter & vegemite then some delicious fruit salad that Lynda had made. Enough sustainance to keep us going for the day.
We had planned, ...
... it? Of these 360 churches only 6 or 7 are not dedicated to Mary. They sure love Mary here.
3. The fruit of the prickly pear is a favoured fruit on Malta and they make a liqueur from it.
4. The Maltese language has been influenced by the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Italians, French and English.
5. Mdina and Valletta glass differs from Murano glass in that it is thicker glass, doesn't use silver and gold glitter and focuses Mediterranean ...
Around 9pm, after I’d cleaned up my disaster zone-esque room, Debbie joined me for a girl’s night in. We wanted to watch Valentine’s Day because it was a week from the actual date, but we couldn’t stream it from Netflix, so we settled on one called New York, With Love. Oh, dear God, we will never get those few hours of our lives back, and we’ll never look at Shea L’Boef in the same way! What a bizarre twisted tale it ...
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This allowed us special access to the normally closed-off gardens. The main garden was full of orange and lemon trees, fountains and all kinds of birds, including peacocks. In the palace grounds, there was a large marquee, with stalls selling oranges, sweets and crafts. We bought two muffins and a lemon cake which Phoebe is modelling for you.
... incredible...nothing like being inside nice & warm while all that is going on outside.
I like the feel of Malta the people are friendly, I was surprised that most speak English although that soon became apparent why. Even this time of year the English & German arrive to a warmer winter than back home, & they stay for 3-4months. Tourism is what Malta is ...