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... We began to learn more about the history of Malta whilst in Valetta, particularly in relation to Malta’s involvement in the World War II.
We made the trip by public bus to Mdina a city in the centre of the island. This was a very historical part of the island and whilst there we partook in a Medieval Festival seeing dancers, performers and sampling traditional produce. There is a lot of ...
... all over the rocks and walls.
Next, Malta’s oldest prehistoric site – Għar Dalam. In a huge cave on this site they found 500,000 year old fossilised bones of dwarf elephants, hippopotami and birds! It’s also here that the earliest evidence of human settlement on Malta (7,400 years ago) was discovered. In the museum we saw the bones of miniature animals which was very cool. It really messed with my head to see a dwarf elephant! ...
... 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. ...
... satay sticks and Mexican tortillas!
Upon arrival to the Piano Lounge, Nicole and I headed straight to the bar for some colourful cocktails. The bar men took great delight in decorating the drinks with orange quarters and peels and strawberries. They piled Nicole’s frozen strawberry daiquiri so high that it collapsed over the side of the glass when she walked away from the bar. About three staff members rushed ...
... underpants, and needed some for the next day because I’m not a fan of the mentality ‘just turn them inside out.’ Chrissy and Debbie helped to choose my size (different in Europe) by inspecting my bum! While we were there, Lars also bought a onesie, so now he and Nicole can be matching!
We started to get a bit peckish, so we made ourselves at home in a place called Lucky Jack’s which has bowling, billiards and food. ...
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