Cardor Holiday Complex
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... of provenance and an overview of lots of things. In the meantime Pete went to the Crow’s Nest for a beer and got roped into another quiz which they lost! After a quick dinner we went to one of the lounges for a trivia night with the American quiz man, Tom, and two others were added by the management – we didn’t win! But it was a good evening and well run.
And that was that, Malta. We’d go back again too. ...
... of any further earthquakes. The original town of Ibla is delightful and we finished our tour with local ice cream made with wine!
Malta though remains almost unchanged. We were sad to see our local bakers have closed but apart from that, it looks the same. Today there's some sort of feast day in Birgu and of course during the day we listen to the fireworks!
Dawson is happy with his hose in his hand, and no that's not an euphemism! ...
... this specifically built for this reason. I took pics of the most amazing door knockers..have never seen any like these. They had them for sale in a shop costing about 80-100 euro. I was so tempted. The last stop was the Dingli Cliffs, the highest point in all of Malta. Just as the bus pulled up, the sky opened again and it poured buckets. A few of us die-hards got out and walked to the look out..getting soaked. Needless to say, it was a bad hair day. When I got back to Valletta, ...
... golden stone we were coming to associate with the island. Arriving back at our starting point, we entered the city by the western gate where I was really amused to read the traffic restrictions: attached to the entrance archway was a sign which read, "No entry to vehicles – except....and there followed a list of 8 exceptions, including hearses and bridal cars. What really made us smile however, was the instruction about horse-drawn vehicles (who ...
... varieties of beer.
We returned the car, found a parking spot, another challenge, and after a stop at the grocery store, yes it was open at 8 pm, we got a couple of essential and spent 34 euros. (like 40 bucks), we went in search of a restaurant that was open and did not concentrate on sea food. The octopus looked appealing but I am trying to cut back.
Dinner, beer, coka lite, and we returned to the resort to catch some zzs. Boy are we ...