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... be and had imagined Malta to be a one horse place with a pretty obvious monument. That couldn't be further from reality. Luckily Ang's internet research repeatedly pointed her to a monument call the Siege Bell. It was built in 1992. We didn't know where it was so asked a taxi driver. The driver said its about 7 minutes away by car or 30 minutes on foot. For 25 euros round trip and waiting time at the Siege Bell, Andrew, Ang and Craig took the taxi despite the ...
... at 2.45pm, Zac went back to the ship and Sue and I decided to do the North trip that finished at 4.30pm(onboard time for ship to leave), this bus took us to the old for town of Mdina and Mosta church. You get a great view of the fort and old city established by the knights of St John, but we couldn't stop as time was against us (took some good shots), then onto Ta Qali crafts village, which sprung up from the abandoned WWII huts not being used, finally to Mosta church, Mosta's dome ...
... barrokka gardens where you get a stunning view of the grand harbour. From there we walked towards the centre which I assume was the old town area. It was really nice but hard to get excited when we were so tired. We got a milkshake to boost our energy levels before doing a bit more walking. We decided to head back to the hostel for a nap before going out to find a festa that night. While we were waiting for the bus we could hear what sounded ...
... his small speed boat. Eddie and his wife would follow the Charlotte Lousie for the whole journey, to make sure if any of the lifting bags popped, he would be onsite to try and fix it – a very difficult job in the open sea.
An apparently 'very important’ (AKA rich) suited man of Malta was on the docks watching the hullabaloo. He was chatting to Gabriel as the bright yellow day-cruise boat (to be our tower) appear on the horizon, heralding the start of ...
... and happy. I would really like to do some volunteering during my travels to gain empathy and help those who are less fortunate than myself. When I return to Australia I’ll also consider joining the World Vision youth team to help educate people about world hunger and poverty.
Since Australia is 10 hours ahead of Malta, we had to celebrate Australia Day on the 25th ...
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