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... I’ll be able to take the paperwork and be issued a Maltese residency card (part of my working holiday visa).
At one point Hayley and Iva stopped by, so we sat on the sidewalk and chatted in the sunshine. Hayley saw a handsome boy she liked, so I went running after him for her, but he got away. Unfortunately true love didn’t prevail that day!
Later Tia arrived and sat with Josh and I. She was sketching a really beautiful daffodil ...
... well and I'm enjoying it as well which is a bonus! We still have so many things we want to do and visit here in Malta, we keep thinking of new things and are planing our next few weekends. Weather today was a bit rainy but still can't really ...
Sunday, weather permitting, was meant to be a beach day – we were going to discover 'Golden Bay' on the other side of the island, but judging by the forecasts that morning, thunder storms, we decided to give it a miss.
And guess what? It was the sunniest day of the whole week! None the less we spent a lovely day back in St. Julians (near Paceville – where we spent the night before enjoying the party scene!). We enjoyed strolling around the streets and ...
... haven't been found. Another story she told us was of a Finnish man who went diving, the current swept him into an anchor and now he is fighting for his life. These are exceptions to the rule, the beaches have lifeguards and flags indicating how safe the water is (compared to Thailand which has nothing), and millions of tourists enjoy the sea over the summer. But the reminder served as a lesson, respect the sea.
Later Tony the Tiger (our Bulgarian ...
... many days at sea again till October when we head back.
The dolphins were definitely our absolute highlight of this trip. About two hours after we left Gibraltar a few days ago, a huge pod of ...