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We had a good sleep through until about 8.30am and that included regaining the hour we lost in Greece. The only negative was that Ang woke with a sore throat and ears that she felt coming on last night. The day was fine and warm - it was 30' in the late afternoon. Craig did a cardio workout followed by sunbathing. Ang had a bit of a sleep in. The ship was due to arrive in Valletta at 1pm which was good as it gave all on board the opportunity to watch her come in. ...
... and 4 so more waste of time. Back on the bus and back to Valletta. I think to my self this makes it all worth while. Sent Wazza back to the ship and walked around the town taking photos. Back on the ship I found Wazza and a bucket of cold drinks (it's cheaper to buy it that way) we sat and made fun of all the people walking around. A full day at sea had me feeling very anxious as I'm still not use to this cruising thing. A couple of frantic messages to loved ...
... shops are closed today, I'm assuming for the feast day as it's a very Roman Catholic country). There were fireworks at noon, the oddest thing. I wouldn't have noticed except for the explosions (I really didn't want to be part of WW3) and the lights were like white diamonds in the sky, pretty but not as effective as at night. It's amazing what you can fit into 18 hours (more than half the island) when you put your mind to it. I wanted to go ...
Today is our last port of call, Valetta Malta. The ship slipped into port at sunrise and we awoke to a stunning view of the harbour and a city that looked entirely like a fortification and all the same colour stone. We had no tour booked today so after breakfast we went a shore and noticed a Hop On Hop Off Bus so decided to take it. We do the first loop which took us out to Mdina and Mosta. All ...
... listened to the song ‘Sun’ by Two Door Cinema Club (the first line is ‘Ocean blue, what have I done to you…’) while we watched a silly tourist almost be swept off the rocks by a massive wave.
I decided to try and see the Blue Grotto from above, and went climbing along the rock face where Egil dared not follow. I couldn’t see the rock formation, but I could see the water was a piercing azure colour down ...
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