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... in the water and had a look around, waiting for the sun to come back out.
There were plenty of people in the water and I noticed a group of three guys swimming out near the boundary markers. They weren’t swimming all together and seemed to be yelling to each other so I didn’t take much notice. One of them was trying to swim towards the shoreline, while the other two were still a bit further out. I thought I could hear them yell help, but I thought ...
... taken to pick up our car in Victoria (the major city on Gozo). After we picked up the car we got a quick frappe and cheeseburger from Mc Donald's across the road. We then started touring Gozo for real, starting off with the Ggantija temples in Xaghra, dating from 3500BC. This were quite impressive, especially given the size of some of the stones that people had erected, and there was quite a good view from the site over some of Gozo. We then wandered through Xaghra for a bit, ...
... available to tow the shipwreck. I ran after him at one point, joining him as he jumped over massive fishing boats talking to foreign sailors, asking for captains, asking if they knew anyone who could help. It was very exciting, and daunting at the same time.
We managed to find quite a few people who owned boats big enough for the job, but the cost was too high. When people see that you’re desperate, they really try their luck at the highest prize.
... walked through Gzira to Msida picking up friends at their homes as we went. I met a lot of lovely Finnish people on the way, talking mainly with Julius and Debbie. When we got to the apartment we admired the view from the patio (complimenting Pooja on such a gorgeous place) and played a half-hearted game of Kings. Later Jennie hosted a fun quiz for everyone. It had one round on medicine (her field of study), one round on France (where Pooja’s house mate is heading back to), and ...
... 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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