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... the chicken came from, because we haven’t seen any chickens on the island.
We got cleaned up and dressed for mass, and our bus arrived about 11 pm.
The trip to Mosta was about 10 minutes long, Mosta was very nicely decorated and the cathedral was a huge circular church. There was a wonderful pre-mass program of 50-60 children acting out the Christmas story, all in Maltese, and it was really hard to follow. This language has no connection to Italian (as ...
Today was a trip to the Three Cities These are named Kalkara, Vittoriosa & Cospicua. We took the lift down to the sea and caught the ferry boat across to the cities. A return ticket on the ferry also includes the ride up in the lift. The lift is free to go down. There wasn't any Cathedrals or Churches open today, however the War Museum was so ...
First off, I have to say that Sorento had a beautiful view of the ocean. But sadly some spots you had to pay to enter the beach, luckily for us we found a free spot to swim. On our fist day in Sorento we basically had a swim and wandered around the beautiful town. In the evening they have the streets all lit up and we walked down the avenue of shops and street stalls ...
This morning was yet another very early start as we wanted to beat the crowds to the Blue Lagoon - a sheltered inlet in the tiny island of Comino, halfway between Malta and Gozo. After having traveled south all week, we decided to use our location near the ferry port to our advantage. Up, fed and out to the port we went. Not having done any research we were fairly surprised to see boats to Comino and Gozo leaving from 3 different locations; we were ...
... way. We arrived at the band club to meet Miriam (the eldest cousin) which Joe ribs her about and she is proud of. Told her I get it being the eldest on mum's side. She has just retired from teaching (61 is retirement age ) and Phyllis, who is the youngest child of Uncle Charles, dad's oldest brother, the only one not to come to Australia. I Was able to meet four out of my five cousin as Rita is on Summer vacation. Stuart found it very hard as they would not let ...