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On this trip it was our first trip by our selves!!just the two of us!
all we did was keep ourselves busy we did,,,,
Twice on the jet sky!!it wass wicked i fully recomend that on any holiday!!lol he even spat on me!lol
we also did paragliding it was ok scary at first but pleasant if you dont get boat sick!
we went to a beach called …
... the backstage area. I said ‘Hello, my name is Caitlin, I’m from Australia and I’m writing a blog about the MMAs. Can we come backstage please?’ There was a pause that felt like it would end in disappointment, before he said ‘Okay.’
What?! Does this happen in real life?!
We talked to the first backstage crew we could find; trying to keep a straight face, trying to ask sensible questions. We learnt they’d been setting ...
Let's be honest, I woke up hungover to the sound of Peter playing guitar on the roof.
There was no hot water for a shower, so I visited the post office and sent a bunch of things back to Australia. It was a bit of a saga to find brown paper to wrap Grandma’s present in, but I’m glad it arrived in Australia safe and sound!
It was very serendipitous that when I arrived home there was a letter from my Grandma in the post box. ...
Monday we journeyed to Golden Bay by the bus of course, it is situated on the west coast and we had an ice cream and a stroll along the beach, in November!!!!!! We returned via The Point Shopping Centre some familiar shops there, afterwards we returned back to the flat after a brief stop off at the local supermarket to buy the all important Mdina red wine to accompany dinner.
Linda and Nigel
... coffee instead of wine or beer because I was feeling very tired after the past two days filled with tons of sight-seeing. After lunch, Kevin picked us up, and we were driven to Ta' Qali Crafts Village in Rabat where I was able to see artisans working on glass blowing, which is a well known craft of the Maltese, as well as filligree jewelry making. I took videos of the artisans working, which made me want to get working on monotypes. We were able ...