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... off each day at noon and 4:00. I'd forgotten the gardens are built on a fort.
Way underneath this fort about 200 meters is the Lazarus War Rooms. You know - down all those steps... Built into the side of a mountain. This is where the British and American forces had their headquarters for the defense of Malta and the invasion of Sicily. We had an incredible, knowledgeable guide who told us so much about the war in the Mediterranean. In school ...
... starting in Amsterdam and enjoyed a coffee at the airport before we had a very relaxing day! The rest of the week was back to our normal routine, with one especially long evening walk round to see a bit of Paceville (party central). We had a pretty relaxing weekend too, but made it out to Marsaxlokk, a fishing village on the south east. The waterfront was lovely with all of the traditional fishing boats, and as we got into town we could see there was a festa ...
The aim for the day was to tow the Charlotte Louise 26 kilometres from the Marsa Harbour to Marsaxlokk, and to have her lifted by a crane from the harbour there. It was a huge risk because she might sink again, and was a very gutsy move considering the fact that many people believed it couldn’t be floated, let alone towed 26 kilometres.
This is my account of the day, and our journey on the historically significant, classic and charming ...
... breath as little as possible to not fog up the car. We then parked at Victor’s house and ran to Good Thaimes. There I met a Canadian lady called Cindy and her lovable dog Oscar. It was ‘Spanish Sunday’, so we tried various starters and I enjoyed a burrito.
Later that evening I Skyped Mum in Australia and Danielle in Canada. It was an interesting day of exploration, beautiful nature, good food and great ...
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 ...
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