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Thought it was time I wrote to let you know about our Maltese experience.We flew here from Gatwick on Monday..a trip of about 21/2 hours, and landed at Valetta where a taxi brought us to our little flat in the village of Birgu. It is a quaint little stone place, with 2 bedrooms,bathroom and little kitchen...all that we required for the next few days.
Valetta is situated on the Grand Harbour which is a huge natural harbour. It's a heavily fortified city,as although it ...
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3. an Asian plateau
4. a North American island
5. an African island
6. a touristy Asian town
7. a coastal town in Oceania
8. a coastal city in Oceania
9. an interior South American city
10. a South American coastal village
HM: a farming village in Europe; a North American city
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... the Hornblower, the boat he had recommended. The blue lagoon is a bay at the island of Camino which is the smallest of the Maltese Islands. It took about an hour to get there on the Hornblower and we saw beautiful scenery along the coast. Was also so Melieha which is one of the bays further round, so pretty! Along the way the guy gave us information over the microphone so we learnt a thing or 2. We had also signed up for the speed boat ride ...
After a very hot, very full bus ride we made it to St Julian's. We checked in then wandered the streets and harbours which are full of boats. The 28-30 degree sunshine continued so we headed back to our hotel for a swim in the rooftop pool where we have great views of Spinoza bay. That night we walked (and walked and walked) around the boardwalk which hugs the harbours and waterside to Sliema and found a restaurant on the water for dinner (we shared a seafood platter and ...
... were walking back through Valletta to the bus stop, we saw a group of hippies jamming outside a colourful café. They had a few instruments including a harmonic drum, so we bought a drink and watched them for a while. Lars also because best friends with the resident French Bulldog.
It turned out to be a night of spontaneous musical delight, because as we passed a church, we heard awesome music coming from inside. I thought it must have been ...