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... and locals use the first set of names, while other Maltese use the second.
The area is a large docklands, and subsequently was bombed to rubble during WW2. The main focal point, the forts, is still intact and that is what I'll be using as a reference point today. The aim is to start at Birgu and make my way down the historic grand harbour.
On the bus I see the plus side of all this rain. The countryside gets greener and lusher everyday. Flowers are blooming and ...
... 1948. Oreste was sitting in the theatre during a performance of Verdi’s Rigoletto, and was asked to substitute immediately for a tenor who’d abandoned the production after the second act. Oreste’s performance was very successful, and he became quite famous afterwards, in productions abroad and in films! He’s a video of him from The Vagabond King: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teRvWDf8 8fs
It was time to admire the sun. We ...
... followed the walking path along the ocean, getting good views of a fort and further out to sea.
Back in Victoria I walked to Nicole’s Dad’s house, and helped to finish a bit more of the sanding, puttying and cleaning. On our way out of Gozo, we picked up some of my clothes that Nicole’s mum had kindly washed and dried for me.
The line of traffic onto the ferry was ridiculous, so we sang songs to pass the time. We ...
... 8216;throwing away the past.’ It was probably quite cold, but we were wearing a warm invisible cocktail blanket.
The bed at her Grandad’s house was SO FLUFFY and I slept like a baby. Where does that saying come from? Do babies ever sleep through the night? Maybe the saying originated because babies don’t have any worldly worries? Well, neither did Nicole or I, because we’d tipped them into the ...
... thing? Do people in Australia know about Lemon Tree?!
I also learnt some Maltese words like wine (imbid), water (ilma), peanut (karawetta), car (karozza), shut up (ghalaqlu), rude (pastaz), yes (iva) and wonky (imxengla)!
On our way out we patted a horse in a nearby paddock and I got the others to stand on a wall while I took photos (I’m such a pain!). Back at our apartment we watched some of a funny Harry Potter musical and crashed in ...
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