The Crown Hotel
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... for a lightning visit of about 9 hours. Interesting fact - not sure of its validity but we were told that ice cream was invented in Malta. Comedy question of the day - at one stage of our tour we were near a marina. Not a big marina, just a normal everyday marina with yachts moored there. One chap asked the tour guide "who owns all these yachts?" The answer "I don't know them". Well it was funny at the ...
... though they have no criteria to mark their progress (or to know if they are progressing at all). I think the benefit of traveling through the wilderness is that the Lord can use that time to refine who you are. He can purge you, strengthen you, and sharpen you. He can take the undesirable experiences and make you see what you could never see otherwise. A tree does not blossom all year but bides its time in the winter waiting for the coming spring to bear its fruit. Like ...
... It’s an interesting story if you are into that sort of thing. Apparently at one point in the battle, the Ottomans floated the headless corpses of captured Knights across Grand Harbour. The act was returned in kind: Vallette ordered all Ottoman prisoners to be executed and their heads used as 'cannon balls' to fire back toward their compatriots in St Elmo. Not tactics ...
... window, gestured to the back of the car and said, “I don’t suppose you want to hop in, do you?”
There were two others in the car, and I jumped in, leaving great puddles of water wherever I sat or put my feet. They generously drove me to the bus stop, where I sploshed my way onto a bus and went home to drive off. I ended up taking my pants off, turning the oven up full blast and opening the door, hoping to dry them somewhat.
On our way down the hill we found huge open megalithic caves (I looked them up later, they’re called Ghar il-Kbir). The area was inhabited by cave dwellers at some stage, and then maybe animals were kept inside at a later date. I could tell from the black marks on the ceiling that it must be used for campfires or parties now. In one of the chambers I got very excited about a cave painting on the wall, but on close inspection, saw that it had been drawn in ...