Hibernia Residence & Hostel
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... It was extremely busy and also hot so a few hours pulled us up as we couldn't find anywhere to eat. Everything was packed. Lunch was in another Irish pub which was very cheap and we watched some of the Ireland v Argentina rugby match. Our farewell dinner tonight was a pig on the spit where we said goodbye to the many friends we have made. Dinner was in an isolated farmhouse and we had to travel in 2 mini buses because the roads were so narrow. On the way home our driver ...
... Germans ooh-ed and ahh-ed at the sight, but for me it was like some familiar scene, like finding Australian sockets at the Shanghai airport: similar, but geographically disconnected!
Driving through the seemingly endless winding narrow streets of the urban centre, we ended up in Sliema on the northern side of the harbour at our hotel. It was late so we were just happy enough getting keys and settling into island life.
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... and turns we ended up in the town of Santa Lucija, or the town of St. Lucy, the patron saint of those that are visually impaired. The main church was opened and we visited the interior of the church. Very attractive with lots of ornamentation. Not as much gold and silver as St. John’s in Valletta.
We saw a aqueduct and we driving toward that direction. A little about distances. This island is less than 12 kilometers at its widest and so from a high poin one can ...
We had a lazy morning breakfast on the terrace and a swim before Joe picked us up at 12pm to take us to the airport. We said our goodbyes at the airport. Joe and I hope it's not another 50 years till we meet again. Both Stuart and I have had a wonderful time and would love to come back again. No issues with security at Malta. Not a guard with a machine gun in sight! Found it a lot easier and felt more at ease at this airport than Paris. Goodby Malta at ...
... and ended up in Rabat to do the catacombs and war tunnels.
The catacombs were all interconnected, underground Roman cemeteries which were in use up to the 4th century AD!!
It was actually incredibly eery, the catacombs were like one big creepy maze. In some you could see the imprints of the skulls. They were small and narrow we had to stoop considerably to ...