The Crown Hotel
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... the lobby. Then take an elevator down 5 floors. This indicates how many steps we just routinely walk. anyway, we have a private beach dedicated to our hotel. Fabulous lounges with umbrellas and no fee. Outsiders were accepted, but paid a significant amount to join us. We ordered a bottle of Carrivagio wine and some food. We met a young lady from Arnhem, Sonsbeekpark, the Netherlands. She is celebrating her 30th birthday on Malta at a spa in Gozo .
We r enjoying malta very much. It is a harsh country. Most buildings r made of sandstone there is little greenery. In the country area a lot of the soil is that white/grey **** earth-how u would grow anything is a mystery. There are a few trees n shrubs with the occasional eucalypt. Much of the lanscape is rough baron n full of large rocks.
Yesterday we visited Hager qim, which is ...
... 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 ...
... of God's love shining in the darkness of the world" by Mother Theresa ... was mysteriously found dead after only a month as Pope, before he could make the Church reforms he'd been planning.
-----Yes, the world was cruel to humanists. And no one was better than killing them, it seemed, than the American FBI and CIA. The "Peace Grove" suggested that those two agencies were involved in the murders of the following:
-----Patrice Lumumba, a young ...
Rough winds in the Sahara had gusted reddy-brown sand over to Malta, and it was falling now as muddy rain. The abundance of sandstone buildings seemed to reflect and embellish the already sepia day.
Ippy and I sat inside peering out, and she fondly told me that I'd bought energy and life back into the house, the social scene and themselves. I feel so lucky to have found the Green House and the great people who live here, and that we can bring happiness to one ...