Sliema Chalet Hotel
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Armed with my pre-booked ticket I took the 11.00am tour of the Hypogeum. Due to the strictly controlled microclimate, the maximum number of visitors per tour is limited to 10 and no photos are allowed. This subterranean necropolis with it's halls, chambers and passages hewn out of the rock on 3 levels and dating from around 4000 BC, is like stepping into a mysterious and silent world. The Hypogeum covers some 500 square metres and it is thought ...
... I would order for myself in the right restaurant in the right location. Had a lovely stroll back along the promenade with all the restaurants, hotels and bars lit up. Stopped along the way for more Imarqet (date fritters) - Miriam ended up buying two boxes of them as it seems they are a bit of a favourite for the whole family. Got an early start tomorrow (leaving the apartment just after 5 am) as off to Sicily so off to sleep now. Claire & ...
... for hikes, 5-6 hours at a time so didn't think about the blogs. Furthermore the photo uploader is playing up, so we can't put our photos on at the moment, a real shame because we've taken some of the best of the whole experience! My advice would be to wait until there is one or two on here then check the previous entries. I'll try and get every ...
The rain is here. It's nothing like the showers we get in England, this Mediterranean rain is real rain. It comes out of nowhere, thunders down half the ocean, floods the streets and leaves as if nothing has happened. Today also saw the end of my one month long Movember campaign. I grew a pretty impressive moustache with the rest of the men at the school. Was fun, but has put me off having ...
... fish, clothes, souvenirs, fruit and the famous Maltese lace. The afternoon was spent exploring the salt pans that were once used to collect sea water and as the sea water evaporated out of these "pans", which could be described as big collection pools, it left behind natural sea salt that was then collected for sale locally and globally. There are a couple of different places where these salt pans exist on the island and those no longer used for salt collection have even ...