The Crown Hotel
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... travelers who said: "The more I travel the world, the more I realize we people are all pretty much the same." If I believed that, I would've saved myself a lot of trouble and just stayed home.
-----I believed we were born the same. After that, we were influenced by our cultures, by our cultures' religious beliefs, by the intrusion of other cultures, by inspiring people, by our natural environments, etc.
-----I'd observed that some cultures raised people to ...
... about organising tours! Lucky for them the office was closed when we got back so we couldn't. They will be receiving a stern email though! It's a shame because the tour itself was cool but all the waiting ruined it and wasted so much of our time. We had planned to go into Valletta for another look around then go to a festa but by then we didn't really have time to do both so we had to skip Valletta and go straight to the festa. We had an idea where the festa was but ...
... had coffee, some others had set up almost on top of their gear, umbrella up, providing us with some shade… they didn’t seem impressed about that, but we stood our ground.
The water was clear and cool, a lovely day for a splash. Ramla Bay water was shallow way, way out and the sand in our part was soft. A few little jellyfish around to avoid, but very clear so not too hard to see. Mary managed to get stung by a little ...
... boats, for just €8 each, around the side of the cliff from Zurrieq, a tiny harbour town 10 km from Valetta. We had a captain named Alfredo, who was a real character. As I stood up in the small dingy at the first sight of a photo opportunity, he grabbed my shirt to ensure I didn’t fall. It was quite stable and the sea was dead calm, so I was in no danger, but I guess he had to make sure. At every other photo opportunity, Alfredo ...
The Mediterranean..how can one not love being surrounded by olives and wine? And Malta?
We are already amazed by the incredible amount, and diversity of, history packed into such a tiny island. There are Neolithic temples that predate Stonehenge, There's a ruined Roman villa around the corner and several tombs...The entire Grand Harbour area is a series of ...