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... decorations and lots of friendly “coppers”, I spoke with a pair and learned that they (city cops) don’t carry weapons and from the looks of the male, don’t do a lot of exercise either.
Returning to the resort we got our coats and went looking for dinner and beer. My Untapped account is increasing full with different island beers The main brewers here are the Cisk brothers and Farsons, and between them they make ...
... opposite sex, then her fake beauty was bad.
Q: Whatever happened to the Chinese traveler? Whatever happened to Hong Min!?
A: I assumed the worst: His health condition grew worse after I left him in a Tulgit guesthouse. He got bullied around by the Surma Region's police and beggars. He realized that traveling in Africa was full of unimaginable obstacles. And he flew home to China.
-----But, I was wrong.
-----In truth, he succeeded in traveling ...
... being Saturday night and we even saw a flash mob dance! It was a bit lame but still a bit of entertainment. Alyson had some traditional Maltese ravioli and I had fried rabbit. Rabbit is very traditional in Malta. When it came out it looked absolutely massive but turned out to be mostly bones so not as big as it looked. Was nice though! After dinner we walked along the waterfront, via McDonald's for a mcflurry then back to the hostel for much needed ...
... Day 3 Our last full day here we hopped on the bus again (for only $2 all day) and went in to Mdina and Rabat, Mdina being the old capital city. Mdina had a medieval feel to it with a lot of the buildings maintaining their original appearance. Rabat had lots of narrow winding streets with small overhanging balconies and a few restaurants and bars. The streets are lined with lights hung from side to side but unfortunately it was day time when we were there. We found ...
Without much doubt, Ta' Pinu is the most popular church in Gozo.
Called Madonna ta' Pinu, in my opinion, it is definitely the most beautiful.
When we came here, I was thinking of my colleague, Maria Reade because she had told me what a wonderful experience visiting it had been for her.
I think the most ...