The Crown Hotel
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... off slowly including later start to breakfast. No-one is complaining !
The entry to Valetta, the harbor for Malta, is dramatic. It could not have been a better day – bright sun, blue skies and calm seas. The cruise ships have to do a dogleg entry through the protective groins at the port entry – the photo opportunity watching them enter from the land side must be great.
The island has been home to many civilizations ...
... The following day, while on the bus, we found that we were a few short meters from the town centre when we decided to stop and turn back! Day 2 The next day we caught the bus down to the southern part of the island to Marsaxlokk, a fishing village (ask mark how to pronounce it, he says it so we'll!). The main bus stops have a man there selling tickets and telling you which bus you need. He often yells out 'Madam this is your bus' when it's nearing the stop! The village ...
I'd arrived in Malta with two Euros. I also had $120, but I didn't want to exchange them until I got to my next destination. And luckily, I wouldn't have to.
-----I'd come to Malta, just like I'd once gone to Luxembourg during its wine harvest. Just like I'd gone to Andorra during her ski season. I'd come to make money. In tiny European countries, money grew on trees. Well, not exactly on trees. But, if you were willing to work, it grew in your ...
... from traditional bands and local talent, stalls bursting with fresh strawberries, with farmers coming from the fields regularly. We stuffed our faces with strawberry pastizza and pancakes, and washed it all down with strawberry wine! Great to see what community means in this country, the very young and the very old engaged by the same activities and the harmonious mix of families and neighbours. We’re all strawberried ...
... when you grow up’, become a translator!
I enjoy the people and the atmosphere at TGB, but I don’t really need the money and am confused by when I am working/not working. I also feel like I haven’t had a proper introduction into where everything is located, and how much things cost. At the moment I’m finding the work arrangement a bit confusing! ...