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... by Martin John, a comedic magician. He was very fun to watch. We followed that up with the Sin City Comedy show with "tasteful burlesque". I could have lived without the burlesque but the comedy was funny. A little colourful but we both had a very good laugh. Before we knew it it was time to get some sleep. Time to start checking out Greece in the ...
... trip. We boarded the ship and relaxed for a bit before heading to dinner. We made a reservation for one of the specialty restaurants for dinner. The restaurant was called "Qsine". It was a neat little restaurant. It was decorated with mismatching chairs and upside down lamps hanging attached to the ceiling for light. The menu is provided to you and you place your order on an iPad. It's a modified tapas style restaurant so you pick a few smaller dishes to share. I say modified because ...
... state. I was expecting they would take what already exists and make it better, instead their dishes have a hint of its origin with less flavour. But I have to praise their pastizzi. They are phyllo pastries filled with ricotta cheese which you can find at almost every street corner. They are very affordable and soaking with butter….. Yummy, I would eat two or three a day between meals along with two or three ice creams…. Delicious!
... person I always enjoyed taking walks during lunchtime. She is French and speaks many languages. She moved back to France to be close to her family, however she wants her children to be bilingual, thus the move to Malta for a year before probably coming back to Canada! Simon is 4 years old and Clément is 7. They are both very sweet and adorable. Although very independent, they seemed to be get quite attached to me! Like all children, they attacked ...
... was a sort of changing of the guards, except they didn't change. They just marched up and down outside this building they were protecting and then stopped every now and then. They speak English in most cases so it was easy to communicate, but the island has changed hands numerous times over the years and is now an independent country. It was very important during world war II and the Germans tried to take it over but didn't succeed.
We did walk back ...
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