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... with skeletons and skulls? According to Eyewitness Travel guide, "The entire floor of the church is a sea of multi-coloured marble, where 400 Knights are buried beneath dazzling tombstones. Each is adorned with the coat of arms of its aristocratic occupant, along with symbols reminder onlookers of the inevitability of death."
I took a ride on the Fun Train (trackless train) that takes you around (up and down) Valletta and ...
-----Kida, a short and blond make-up designer, who hoped to volunteer in Africa some day. Twenty-year-old Calvin, who wanted me to teach him creative writing. Antoine, a guitarist in the blues band "The Creepers", and his friend Ghiller, a muscular tattoo artist. Andrew, a pale petite muscular shaven-headed guy who went on "mission" trips and had incredible confidence. Gary, who'd recently broken his opium addiction by spending six months on a sailboat, ...
... of really great winning streaks. The final round was the decider, as both teams were tying, but unfortunately we lost.
After the game we threw balls with the German Shepherd in the park. There was a big building nearby with music booming from inside. Nicole and I were curious, so we walked around to the front gate and asked the security guard what was going on. He said they were having a rehearsal for the Malta Music Awards (MMAs) that night. We asked if we could go ...
... me, and I studied the myriad of restaurants, faces and trendy shops as I passed them.
Since I am staying in Malta for a month or two, I thought I should invest in a couple of items of clothing so I’m not always in my daggy (but sensible) Kathmandu clothes. I stopped in many shops along the strand, but didn’t find anything I really liked. I was almost ready to thrown my hands in the air ...
Reliable wifi. Yes, this is a modern luxury, but it is so darn handy. I love being able to easily contact friends and family, upload photos and search for information.
Being able to buy the breakfast you want, and relish eating it.
Kindness, from someone who isn’t being paid to be pleasant to you.
Friends, personal jokes and guitars.
Not having to get up in the morning, or to check out of a ...