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... Crafts Village before heading over to the Aviation Museum. We saw heaps of World War 2 vehicles and planes.
They were all mainly dismantled so that you could see the motors and all the wires. The best exhibit was the old pilot area of a passenger plane and you could flick and press the switches and buttons. The Aviation Museum was fascinating but the weather slowly picked at us and we got to hot and bothered so we drove home. From ...
First day of 'Amazing April', a period of not working and enjoying ourselves and first stop Saint Peter’s Pool, a natural swimming pool in the South. A quiet morning coffee at Marsaxlokk Bay, looking out towards the bobbing Luzzus (colourful fishing boats). Perfect way to start the day.
We hiked over the left side of the bay, facing Africa, into unkempt farmland and followed a dusty track for 2km to the other side of the bay’s ...
... to embrace it! I bought a day ticket and got on a bus bound for Valletta. It was awfully crowded, but I didn't feel the need to worry about my bags being pickpocketed like in other countries.
My first task was the visit 3 Castille Place where the Department of Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs is located. When I arrived, there was a paper sign on the door saying they’d relocated to St. Elmo Place on the other side of Valletta. I walked down the steep ...
... 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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