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... centre of a beautiful long window overlooking the harbour, it was actually quite breathtaking. When our waiter came over to announce the specials menu Victoria couldn’t even focus on a word she was saying, staring out at the harbour in a gaze – shortly after the waitress leaving she turned to me and said “I’ve absolutely no idea what she just said”, looked at though I’d won her over with the view at least! A mildly terrifying moment of ...
... staff seem to be mostly Indian and Filipino. Indian is unusual, usually Indonesian and Filipino but don't seem to be. Everyone appears to speak English but it's not a complicated conversation, hello, goodbye thank you etc, I can do it in italian. The Maltese disembarked today so I think that will dramatically reduce the no of English speakers on board, the Romanians (not the Gypsy version) speak English and the original couple, otherwise I don't think ...
... intricate and decorative, even for the horses. It was in such good condition too, even though hundreds of years old, and having seen many wars.
I started to feel ill again (definitely exhausted), but I needed to push on, because tonight was my official farewell party from Malta! I found a cheap skirt that could be scribbled on, and caught the bus back to Gzira.
I spent HOURS making the vodka jelly shots. They’ve become ...
... Maybe I’m a genius?
That evening Chrissy helped me to make 80 vodka jelly shots of various flavours. Debbie joined us soon after and we made a delicious pasta concoction for dinner.
We talked for ages in my room, and then the doorbell rang. I ran down four flights of stairs and let Nic (with her new awesome hair) and Lars (who was drunk and holding lots of pizza) in. We continued to talk, do each other’s hair, laugh and have ‘deep and ...
... 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 ...
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