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... literally just one main street with several smaller off-shoots revealed that the brand name stores were most definitely mainly based in Sliema. Valletta was home to many restaurants and smaller, independent, 'one man and his band' type stores. Tired from all the walking, the heat and the shopping, we navigated the unhelpfully unsigned bus station and fought our way onto a bus out of Valletta - I knew all that time spent fighting to get on a bus in China would prove a useful ...
... br> St John's Cathedral was closed but judging from brochures it looks like it is magnificent inside.We would like to come back to Malta. There is much more to see and do and we have barely scratched the surface.The show this evening featured Laura Broad who was a semi finalist on Britain's Got Talent. She was very very good with a great stage presence and sang such a broad range of songs- from Tina Turner's Simply the Best to Pie Jesu.
Ten things we've learnt about Malta:
1) Cars. No indicators, no traffic police, no limits and no rules. The mix of Mediterranean and North African style of driving is a delight. There are the occasional reports of tragic road deaths, but mostly it is scrapes and dents. It's nothing short of a miracle that there aren't more accidents. I've been told (due to the condition of the roads) a car in Malta lasts half the time it would in the UK.
Another pro-active day. I went to the gym to find out some more facts. It's 50 euros a month (reasonable considering the set of scales I wanted to buy were 30) and beautifully located half way between the flat and work, so I have to walk past it everyday - I'd feel so guilty that I would have to go!
Meeting Pheebs for a treat of Wagamamas and a long walk round St. Julians.
I'll let Pheebs do the weekend entries so you can hear how she's getting ...
... 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 ...
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