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... to the fishing village for lunch and shopped at the markets. We saw the Blue Grotto. It was very pretty. Then we went to Hagar Qim a temple that was 5000 years old. Finally we visited the old capital, Mdina,It looked a bit like a castle. From there we saw the church that was hit by a bomb in World War II while 4000 people were inside! The bomb didn't explode - gods ...
... for crops and stock.
All the buildings in Malta are made of the same stone, all quarried on the island, creating a lovely monotone theme. Quarries that are no longer needed are converted into farmland.
Our bus ride took us to overlook the blue grotto, the water so clear as there are no creeks or rivers nearby. We also went to a little fishing township, ...
... lady know the name of the cafe in BA when I remember it)We ate a ........? a Maltese cheese pie of course!
It was delicious.A lovely lady told us some of the history of the cafe which has been handed down in the Cordina family and the beautiful paintings on the ceiling. The paintings, painted by a famous painter, Cali, who usually only paints in churches. In the cafe he painted the ceiling, gold leaf and all and represented those ...
... I would order for myself in the right restaurant in the right location. Had a lovely stroll back along the promenade with all the restaurants, hotels and bars lit up. Stopped along the way for more Imarqet (date fritters) - Miriam ended up buying two boxes of them as it seems they are a bit of a favourite for the whole family. Got an early start tomorrow (leaving the apartment just after 5 am) as off to Sicily so off to sleep now. Claire & ...
... Cathedral in London. At a distance it resembles a Christian version of the Taj Mahal. On Gozo. Who knew? Others such as State. Georges and Ta Pinu were equally incredible.
Just out of town is the Ggantija Temple complex. Dating from 3600 B.C., the oldest of these magnificent neolithic edifices were already 1100 years old when either the Giza pyramid or Stonehenge began to be ...
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