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... 8217; that we were encouraged to attend because ‘Other English’ go too!
We had a swim when we got back, started to prepare some dinner when we heard some music begin. A band had set up near the church. We listened from our place and expected the procession soon… after what seemed an inordinate amount of time, Mary and Lynda went walking to get more info.
The church service came first, then when they left the church ...
Malta - marvellous and with 7000 years of history
Saturday May 24
We had not realised the entrance in to port at Valletta would be so memorable but it sure was. It is aptly named The Grand Harbour. We were so glad we were up to see it.
The forts and walls and the churches with their domes, the old buildings and the monuments along with the masses of colour from the geraniums give Valletta great charm and character.We were in ...
... Jonathan, Gabriel and myself jumped on board the wreck, while Liz and Sandro got into the tow boat with two young crew.
Once the ropes were attached, we took it slow through the harbour, at 1 knot an hour, being towed sideways. Gabriel was ecstatic, ‘We did it, we did it! We’re going!’ There were plenty of tourists on cruise boats in the harbour, who were taking photos and pointing in disbelief. Gabriel kept yelling ‘this is the ...
... met the lovely French girl who will be staying in the Forest Room for a week. Her name is Manon, and she’s in Malta for a couple of months with an internship. Suchi came over too, and we all piled into the car. Full car? Check! Perfect day? Check! Smiles? Check!
Our first stop was the picturesque (besides the huge cranes and shipping docks in the distance) town of Birzebbuga. We walked by the sea admiring the colourful boats and apartments, and ...
Tuesday we travelled, by bus of course to Marsaxlokk which is the south part of the island, a very picturesque fishing village with brightly coloured fishing boats with the market stalls selling Malta lace, later that evening we dined at the local Indian Restaurant as it is a favourite of Chris and Phoebe's.
Linda and Nigel