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... but I liked that because it felt like an achievable and fulfilling visit. We got to see everything and there were hardly any people around. The archways were so low, we laughed about how small people must have been back then! The temples were a very impressive and mysterious look back in time, nestled in amongst the normal buildings of the modern day town.
In Tarxien we walked past a corner shop called 7th May. We asked the lady ...
... been told there are a lot of secret passages beneath Valletta, built by the Knights. There are probably World War II passageways as well.
I ambled through the stony streets and stumbled upon a shop selling an eclectic clatter of junk. The old man inside was very friendly, and we talked for almost an hour about Malta and the people here. His name was Tony Cini. I pointed to an old photograph on the door of a young man standing in the same shop when it looked a ...
In the morning I caught a Hop On Hop Off tour bus from Marsalforn while Lars and Nicole kept fixing the cupboard at her Dad's house.
I picked up some headphones (these buses tell you the history of the area while you drive) and then sat right up the top. We first passed the town of Xaghra, which houses the oldest freestanding structures in the world, called the Ggantija Temples. I’d been told by a couple of people that it was 'just a pile of ...
We cooked a wonderful warm breakfast of fried tomato, bacon, eggs and Gozitan cheese with Nicole's Mum at her Grandad’s house. A warm breakfast is such a treat!
In Victoria we analysed her Dad’s house to see what Nicole wanted to fix up (her Christmas present to him). Then we browsed the local hardware shops finding cupboard handles, paints and sandpaper.
We were SO TIRED. We kept trying to assure ...
I rose around midday and Nicole made us bacon and eggs. Jules had caught an earlier ferry back to Malta to work, but the rest of us went to the Candy Store, where you can shovel your favourite selection of candy into a paper bag. I got novelty candy in the shape of star fish, fried eggs and turtles! I also bought an indulgent hot chocolate with 'panna' (cream on top).
Nicole told us that the night before she had seen an intoxicated Jules lift up ...
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