Hibernia Residence & Hostel
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... be and had imagined Malta to be a one horse place with a pretty obvious monument. That couldn't be further from reality. Luckily Ang's internet research repeatedly pointed her to a monument call the Siege Bell. It was built in 1992. We didn't know where it was so asked a taxi driver. The driver said its about 7 minutes away by car or 30 minutes on foot. For 25 euros round trip and waiting time at the Siege Bell, Andrew, Ang and Craig took the taxi despite the ...
Not the best of nights - not sure if it was the octopus, the sausage, the snails or late afternoon ice cream but good dose of food poisoning.
We headed out for a gentle walk in the opposite direction today, just beautiful, a lot quieter than our end, with stunning coastal views, still part of Sliema but bordering on St Julian's. Found one of their larger water polo clubs which was great, playing pools set up in the ocean, full ...
... Hmmm. This street looks like a good place to sell stories. I think I'll turn down here.
-----Chomp chomp chomp.
-----Oh no! It's a conservative Maltese guy. Turn around!
-----Euros Euros Euros.
-----Oh no. It's a boring pharmacist! Turn around.
-----Hmm ... there are lots of cafes, bars, and restaurants on that street. I think I'll turn down there.
-----Chomp chomp chomp.
-----Ooh! The salesman in a women's shoe store just bought ...
... According to the pamphlet, "Malta 5D is a new generation theatre where you feel the 'real' emotions of the movie. In a short time, you may explore the colourful and impressive episodes of the Maltese history and culture, magnified in 3D film, moving seats, water spray, scents, air blasts and leg tickles. A unique experience for all ages." Well, it was certainly unique; weird is probably a better word to describe it. It wasn't particularly ...
Despite having stayed up relatively late the night before, my friend who can henceforth be known as S woke me up at what felt like the crack of dawn so that we could go out exploring (it was really probably sometime between 6:30 and 7:30). Dutiful travel househusband that he is, he cooked us up breakfast so as to prepare us for the day ahead. As it turned out, we kind of needed it (some of us more than others). Thinking that the buses to Valletta, ...