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... beach our destination for a few hours. The water is still way cold for this little black duck but M-L goes in for a dip, a very short one. She is hell bent on browning (weathering) her exposed bits. We wander back around two o'clock and meet up with Crew Vella for lunch and a chin wag about all our activities. Decide that we need to rest up as a night out has been planned by Fred and his partner David. Nana and Pa naps all round in the "penthouse" aircon a blazing as very ...
... that thing over...!
Suitably fortified, we continued our meanderings through the capital, and eventually came to stop at the Saluting Battery for the 4:00pm cannon firing. After further wanderings and watching carnival floats, we hopped on the bus home, which got stuck in an epic traffic jam. Now it was S's turn to try and calm me down. We had seats, and the bus wasn't too crowded, but I needed to be home at a particular time to register ...
... relatives ask why he’s smiling when he goes home to visit!
Afterwards I walked down the Strand admiring the colourful boats and the sun. I bought a slushie from a man who said 'I love you, do you love me?’ and ‘You’re the fourth person from Canberra I’ve served today.’ What a small world! I was so excited about the slushie, and the fact it was warm enough to have one, but ...
... up by scaffolding’ with an expensive admission price, so I didn’t go in, but admired its historical magnificence from afar.
Continuing on, I saw many tiny paddocks, cactuses (or should I say cacti?) and sweeping hills from the top of the bus, before hopping off at Ramla Bay. I asked the driver how to walk to Calypsso Cave, and he simply said ‘follow the first path on your left.’ According to tradition, this is the ...
... that we weren’t sleepy, and tried to jump around, but it didn’t help.
Nicole went into town to get a new ID, but the place was shut. They have very strange opening hours in Malta, and it’s normal for shops to have 'siesta’ breaks in the middle of the day! On our walk home we saw Nicole’s friend Kim, who pounced on her, so happy to see her, which was adorable. I also spied an Australian ...
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