Sliema Chalet Hotel
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... down) Valletta and along the waterfront. It was actually a good way to see the city and it stopped at strategic points along the waterfront for photo opportunities. Valletta is like what I imagine San Francisco to be - very steep streets. In a nutshell, Valletta is a lot of shops, balconies and churches with a picturesque harbour.
By 3.00pm I'd had enough of Valletta. I then had a dilemma. Do I revisit the craft village (with the hop-on / hop-off bus) that I fell ...
... in a taxi. The taxi driver was one of Gabriel’s friends called Sandro, who ran his personal car as a taxi around the island. He was really funny and enthusiastic, and seemed to be always getting calls from clients to pick them up. I organised with him to take me to the airport when I left in a couple of days. Sandro took us to Marsa, where we walked along the docks until we saw the Charlotte Louise.
I wasn’t sure what to expect, ...
Another working week done. taught a general and a conversation. There a little icy in the morning, I'm sure their being German has nothing to do with it. The afternoon class are great, full of energy and and enthusiasm. Same next week. I'd like to personally thank St. Paul. Thanks to his ship crashing into the rocks hundreds of years ago, we get a day off Monday. ...
... Ive never really been part of their routine. Other than the food being only the best and freshest on the market, the portions were quite small and everything was cooked with butter. It took me a few days for my stomach to get used to it and I do admit eating a few English breakfasts with eggs, ham, bacon and sausages between and a few pizzas and pastizzis during the day, but I eventually got used to smaller portions and having supper so late. After all, quality ...
... animals. Aside from the tour groups, Mdina really did seem like a silent city. Now surrounded by the growing city of Rabat, it's silence might not be around for so long. That afternoon we made our way to the blue grotto where we took a tour in a traditional fishing boat to see the phenomenal natural cave formations carved by the sea into the Maltese sandstone cliffs that towered above. The traditional fishing boat fought through the choppy sea and into the protected ...