Bugibba Holiday Complex
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I read the book my Mum gave me on the roof this morning. It's a compilation of short stories called Women’s Travel Writing, and it’s absolutely inspiring. The experiences people have – wow!
I decided the roof was so nice that I got my breakfast and Lonley Planet magazine and sat up there for longer.
Later it was domestic goddess time; washing and cleaning my room.
In the afternoon Ippy and I met Pooja on her work break ...
... picked a building that I thought looked austere and government-like. The guard took my permit and came back a few minutes later saying that they wouldn’t stamp my passport unless I had a work contract. This was contrary to what was stated in my acceptance letter, but the guard was insistent that they wouldn’t give me a stamp unless I came back with a contract from ‘my employer.’ Australians are only allowed to stay in the Schengen Area (Europe) ...
Today we decided to stay in and catch up on a few things. I wanted to plan for my class and read up on a few things. We also thought of some ideas for our trip to Italy, with the help of our many Italian friends! Looking forward to another week in ...
... have walked those very steps, on their way to some ritual. Also at this point we saw some more strays. We took a bus from there to Dingli, the highest point in Malta. Our plans were changed once again as the bus decided not to stop in Dingli. We carried on to Rabat and went to il-Veduta, an amazing restaurant with panoramic views of the whole east coast. We crossed the road and went into the old capital Mdina. In the glass shop there was a video of the ...
... I had many workshops scheduled there. Some mornings, I felt like I was commuting from Châteauguay-Montréal during rush hour, the traffic is so bad between Swieqi and Valletta. Malta needs an alternate public transit, a metro would be grandiose since a Medieval city wasn’t necessarily built for buses. If you reserve a bus lane, you just lost half of your lanes! Everyone has a car because they can’t rely on the buses, which causes horrible traffic ...