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Big rooms, ensuite, old but clean and serviceable. Fan in room. Basic but on the beach.
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... we arrived at the gardens and the most gorgeous views over the grand harbour to the Fort St Elmo, Shipwreck Bay where St Paul was shipwrecked, and the port. It was simply breath-taking.
But the heat in the high 30's sent us back to the comfort of an air-conditioned ship, and big bowls of ice cream to cool down! We connected with Anna & Phil later in the afternoon and organised to meet for our usual pre-dinner drinks. As we exited our rooms ...
In the morning I walked to the Diplomat to meet Janet. We caught a Cab to Grace's place and then I walked to Busy Bee to get some cannoli. At lunchtime Richard and Rosanne picked me up and took me back to their apartment in Swieqi. Lovely catching up with Richard and talking about old times. Richard and I go back to when we were in our early teens. We used to go out as a group every Saturday evening and ...
... visited and took pity on India and Indonesia for having difficulties, having the audacity to visit slums in some of the poorest parts of the world to then that same evening complain their steak isn’t big enough, or their chips are only luke warm, get a grip. A lot of passengers expect this level of service and get angry at the pettiest of issues – for those who want to know the sheer reality of the situation here look no further than the wages these ...
... centre we came across a beautiful church which was holding a funeral service. We didn't want to interrupt but it was cool to see an actual service going on. We had beautiful pizza for lunch and had our first gelato of the trip and then headed back towards the ferry. While we were waging for the ferry we watched a man fishing for little fish using rolled up wet bread as bait on his long fishing line. He had his dog and cat with him and when he would catch a ...
... in trusting Stuart this time. We moved at a lovely pace for an hour and a half around the Grand Harbour. Breathtaking views and again packed with history. We were looking at fortified buildings built from 1500 to 1700. Amazingly, amongst all this history, this is still a working harbour and is one of the deepest natural harbours in the world. Back for a late lunch and swim in the Mediterranean Sea before Joe picked us up at 6pm for more sight seeing ...