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... and turns we ended up in the town of Santa Lucija, or the town of St. Lucy, the patron saint of those that are visually impaired. The main church was opened and we visited the interior of the church. Very attractive with lots of ornamentation. Not as much gold and silver as St. John’s in Valletta.
We saw a aqueduct and we driving toward that direction. A little about distances. This island is less than 12 kilometers at its widest and so from a high poin one can ...
... preferably in self-employment or farming. A low emphasis on money. A proud cultural identity, sometimes found in language or traditions or clothing. Strong personal identities, independent of corporate logos or the mass media. Freedom from addiction.
-----A strong spirituality.
-----Affordable living. Good music and other arts. A low frequency of disease. Beauty.
-----Above all, it was important that people feel compassion for the other members ...
... It was ridiculous though, he was overtaking and driving so fast. Taxi drivers in NZ would lose their jobs for that! Finally we got out of the death cab and back to the hostel thankful to be alive! Our bags were already packed so we were able to just get into bed and catch as many Z's as possible before our 5am wake up call tomorrow! So excited for Berlin! Malta is beautiful but I am ready to be off island time and back in a place where things happen when they say they are going ...
... yet in such a big car on such tiny roads… and the car wasn’t an easy one to handle. She did fine, we went to the shop & grabbed some bread & salad for lunch.
Another swim and a couple of hours of rest was in order then before we headed out to dinner.
Dinner was a fantastic event! We went to ‘Ta Frenc ‘ the restaurant on the road from Victoria to Marsalforn, owned by Lino our farmhouse owner. ...
... which was sitting expectantly in the Marsa Harbour. I remembered the first time I saw this ship; it felt like I’d stepped into a Pirates of the Caribbean movie. Coral grew on the helm, crabs scuttled across her deck to find refuge and most of the wood was badly eroded. It didn’t feel like real life, but there she was, defiantly and beautifully afloat.
Gabriel ran off as soon as we’d arrived at the docks, talking to other sailors to see if ...