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... 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 ...
... the impressive armoury.
I find the Grand Masters/the Knights of St John equally contradictory and intriguing: 'The Knights of St John were a unique brotherhood of resolute warrior monks. From Malta, their island stronghold, these combatant aristocrats from the noblest houses of Europe, carried out their relentless crusade against the Ottoman Turks in defence of the Catholic faith.’ Warrior monks? Ahhh?
The weaponry and armour ...
A lay-in by comparison, we got up at 8 and got ready for a next walk, from the north east town of Mellieha down to Ghadira Bay. It was windy but you could feel the sun trying. At the top of the town is Mellieha Church. Great views, you can even see Comino and Gozo! We spent the afternoon on the beach, ...
... Ive never really been part of their routine. Other than the food being only the best and freshest on the market, the portions were quite small and everything was cooked with butter. It took me a few days for my stomach to get used to it and I do admit eating a few English breakfasts with eggs, ham, bacon and sausages between and a few pizzas and pastizzis during the day, but I eventually got used to smaller portions and having supper so late. After all, quality ...
... never have predicted! As difficult to predict as the blustery dust storm that blew in from Tunisia and made it difficult to walk home from the shops.
We thoroughly enjoyed our last night out in Malta with a fantastic dinner and spent some time at our favorite local pub, The Plough and Anchor. Nick wrote a farewell toast and we all applauded his efforts. It was really wonderful.
I'm excited to be headed home, though. I've missed my friends and ...