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... Churchill was even there!) It overlooked the Saluting Battery where each day at 12pm and 6pm, according to the brochure,one canon is fired. In its heyday a gun was fired to mark sunrise, and the opening of the town gates,noon, and sunset for the gates to close.We made our way to Triton Fountain past the Royal Opera House Ruins Theatre to find a bus to take us to Rabat and Mdina, the old capital, about 30 minutes away. This we did ...
... and hills, it will take 4 hours.
After 90 mins I reach my first checkpoint and take a break. I'm next to the watch tower at bahar ic chaque. Here the purpose of these towers becomes clear. To the left I can see two, and one to my right. In the event of an attack or sighting of an enemy navy, one tower would be lit, acting as a beacon. All towers would have ...
... the island on sledges, or they were an irrigation system.
I did an assignment on the Phoenicians in high school, so it was cool to learn more about them, and see some of their stunning glass works. The Phoenician period seems like a really prosperous and colourful time.
I took Val and Manica to Café Jubilee for lunch, and we rested our feet for a while. Then we were off again, walking through Hastings Garden and climbing on the ...
In the morning I went to work at 9 am. I started to make a transcript for Mizzi book. At 10 am we had a meeting at Bay Street about the new Primo Emporio shop. It was a half day work:) So after we went with Sharon to the Lidl to make our big shopping.I spent 30euros but I'm sure I'll eat this food for two weeks! In the afternoon we were watching a movie and at 7 pm I went to Becky to get ready together ...
... chat. Part of the party was a blind gift exchange. You pick a gift and have to figure out who and where it came from. We ended up with a toque and postcards from a school in England. The gift we brought was a puck with the NHL logo on one side and Harvey the Hound in front of the Flaming C on the other side. It turns out we swapped gifts with Guy and Jan from England. They were excited about the puck. They brought their son with them and he was going to love it. Once the gift ...