Canifor Court Hotel Apartments
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... Every trial that you are going through is like another jackhammer beside your ear....something that tries to demand your attention and is so loud that it is barely possible to tune it out. Maybe some trials are more noisy than others or seem close to you than others, but they all accumulate and compound in your mind no matter how big or small they are. Therefore, I will keep walking down the this road I am on and I will wait for the calm of the afternoon whenever it ...
Since we didn't know exactly what we wanted to do in Malta we decided to do the one thing we were sure of, the blue lagoon. We were just going to go there on our own but we bumped into the hostel owner in the lobby so asked him what he suggested. He told us about companies that run boat trips to the blue lagoon and leave from the marina just down the road. It sounded like a good option and was leaving in half n hour so we walked down to the marina ...
... so we called in there before checking into our hotel. Stuart thought Stephen Porter could start one up in Allambie Heights. Each village has one or two band clubs. Bands practice there and drink alcohol. Great excuse to get on the drink. With all the excitement no photos were taken. Will make up for it tomorrow night. Joe is picking us up for dinner at the Band Club to meet the rest of the ...
... for crops and stock.
All the buildings in Malta are made of the same stone, all quarried on the island, creating a lovely monotone theme. Quarries that are no longer needed are converted into farmland.
Our bus ride took us to overlook the blue grotto, the water so clear as there are no creeks or rivers nearby. We also went to a little fishing township, ...
... 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 ...