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... see if I can paint a picture for you. There is also great pride at stake as each community festas aim is to produce firework that is superior to the others. The one that enjoyed our presence just so happens to be the town in which the factory for the big bangs our produced! I have a great pic of the crew and some of their best work that they prepared especially for the festa. The building has walls but no roof, this way when a woops moment occurs only the workers bits that ...
... the roads again down to Valletta. This time we made it in one piece (despite my periodic checkups of, "Are you still ok? There's a hundred buses going this route, we can take all day getting on and off them if you need to.") and ended up sitting on the edge of the harbour, reminiscing about our childhoods. The smell of salt was strong in the air, and the waves lapped gently against the harbour wall. We dangled our feet over the side like ten ...
... fell to her death from the box whilst trying to save her baby who was supposedly thrown over the edge. I sheepishly went into the box with Manica, who got a fright when my bag swished up against the wall!
The door to backstage was open, so we had a sneaky peak. It was cool to see the props and other rooms. We noticed a large statue of a man in the courtyard, and read the plaque beneath. His name was Oreste Kirkop, an audience goer who became a ...
... to by Homer in The Odyssey. The nymph Calypso entertained Ulysses for seven years here before he resumed his journey.
The path I was meant to take was covered with water and quite overgrown. Dogs in a makeshift cage were barking at me. I wondered if I was going the right way. I had 1.5 hours in this area though, so I decided to just enjoy the journey, and hope I was going in the right direction. At the top of the hill I was huffing and puffing, ...
... in the back of a car (you can never escape Aus, even on a tiny island like Gozo!). In the Villa Rundle Gardens I saw a contented stray cat sitting next to a contemplative old man and snapped a photo. There were also puppy dogs waiting loyally at the gate of a work yard, with mud on their noses.
We took apart the wardrobe and sanded all the old paint off. There was dust everywhere; on the work bench, on my clothes, through ...
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