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... using buckets but I bet some of the folks now use pumps) and over the summer the water evaporates leaving a thin layer of salt on the bottom. The salt is swept up and then stored or sold. The salt pans are clearly still in use as evidenced by numerous signs asking that people not walk in them. Other signs say "NO BBQs."
Other than the salt pan areas, the rocky shoreline here is mostly inaccessible due to the cliffs ...
... rugged and mostly abandoned coastal areas are awe-inspiring.
During our time here we have visited several fascinating archeological sites, many dating from 5000 year ago. A civilizatin of which little is known apparently thrived on Malta and Gozo between 3600 and 2000 BC. They built temples of monolithic stones weighing as much as 57 tons, transporting and erecting them through methods unknown. Near each of these they build underground ...
... I try to work out how we are going to eat our steak and hang onto our drinks, at the same time, while standing up. I think that maybe we have only half as many hands as we need. Dessert is ice cream, but this is not included in the tour price. I buy two very small ice creams. They are $5 each. I think that this makes the lemonade in thimble sized cups seem quite cheap.
I decide that to be classified as luxurious, a boat should probably have room for ...
... to do the Captain Morgan Harbour Tour. Such amazing history surrounding the Grand Harbour, Marsamxett Harbour (Sliema & Gzira) and Manoel Island.
A fun afternoon shared with a could of wonderful German friends.
In the evening I went to meet up with Janet, her cousins Judy and Charles and her friends Liz and David for Happy Hour (or two, or three) at the Diplomat Hotel.
Another fantastic ...
After a good night's sleep in a foreign land, it was clear to me that working in a hotel had spoiled my view of the accommodation industry forever. I quickly compiled a list of shortcomings:
- Toilet doesn’t flush properly.
- Table lamp and alarm clock without power.
- Side table wobbly
- Serious lack of British power sockets
- Lack of in-room Wi-Fi
- Terrible sealing ...