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Big rooms, ensuite, old but clean and serviceable. Fan in room. Basic but on the beach.
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... The yellow limestone buildings and the lack of life made the city a bit lifeless and clinical for me. The absolute cleanliness of Mdina added to this 'clinical' feel.
Had a very good lunch in Rabat. Tried a Maltese favourite dish called 'bragiloi' (also known as 'beef olives') - a thin slice of beef wrapped around minced meat and braised in red wine sauce. Yum.
Last stop of the tour was in Valletta to view the Malts ...
... It was a constant challenge to keep visibility in the murky harbour, and to keep equalizing properly so your ears didn’t hurt. It was loads of fun though, and a remarkable experience to see the shipwreck emerge in front of us.
I was happy to have Egil’s camera to take some fun underwater photos, and felt cool using the hand signals I’d only seen in movies! I was also proud of myself for getting a hang of the buoyancy, and giggled at Gabriel who ...
... specialise in ‘degayification’ (yes, just like in the movie Saved). I also looked at the YouTube comments on his video. One of them said: ‘Thanks for proving he was brainwashed by the 'River of Love (you mean hate)'. He was born gay and then was brainwashed in thinking that it's a sin...poor sod. I hope it won't be too long before he realizes.’ It was an interesting car trip anyway!
After a very convoluted ...
... at Gzira. We meet are afternoon and took a bus to Valletta. We walked in Upper Barrackka gardens, which has a great view of re harbour, we were even lucky enough to see the same boat that bought Dad in go out again for another run before sundown. Of course the moment someone comes to visit the unspoilt sunshine we've been ...
... see another part of the world that I would have otherwise never even knew was there. The people have been very friendly, and I'm glad I came out of my shell to talk to the locals. I will always treasure my time here, and I count myself as one of the lucky few that get to see and experience another culture in another part of the world. I'm also glad to have met the students I didn't know prior to this trip. It was a great ...