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... if we are in a time of winter, it is a time of preparation and is not suited to be a time of harvest. The Lord uses every season of our life to teach us and guide us if we are willing to listen.
It is hard to listen when you are bombarded by the trials of life. I would say it is like trying to talk on the phone while walking down a busy street with lots of construction work going on. You know what it is like when you walk by a jackhammer? Yeah, it's ...
... a magically spot, an old walled city with hilly, narrow streets full of charm and LOTS of history. The rest of the island needs more exploring by us but that'll have to wait until we return, but a must when ye get here is the open top bus - probably the only place where a bus trip can seem like a roller coaster ride!
This could be our new stop off en-route to Ireland me thinks.....speaking of which....off we ...
... Bob and Margarets were about to beat us, and we steamed past them. The view over Rabat was fantastic (well, for some people. My unruly hair was blowing about in my face, so I assume, judging from my photos, that the view was good). We climbed up to the very top of a look-out tower, from which we could see the coast on almost all sides. The surrounding countryside was lush and verdant, and more often than not, punctuated by domed churches. Looking at ...
I woke up planning to travel to Mdina with Val and Manica for an exploratory day. They had decided to visit the temples instead because of the bad weather, so I decided to stay back and let them have the day together.
After Skyping my parents for a while, I walked to Lars' work in Sliema. We went to New York Best for lunch, both ordering huge flavoursome burgers accompanied by chilli con carne fries. I also indulged in a chocolate brownie ...
... found out that it had been roped off from the public in recent years because of rock collapses. The English man introduced himself as Paul. He is living in Gozo for a month or so doing many hikes, before settling back into work in England.
I got a pastizzi and a spinach pie from a random nearby van, and Paul accompanied me down the hill towards Ramla Bay. It was quite hard to juggle the food, the descent and a conversation, but somehow I managed. ...
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