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... explained it to me that Malta loves fireworks because they see it as a celebration of their surviving being the most bombed country of WWII. I think I'd want to celebrate too...
This morning we got the HOHO bus again and went to another area of the island. Our first stop was for the blue grotto. You have to walk down this steep hill - those damn hills again - to get to a small boat launch. Here you take a boat with about ...
... The climate is strongly affected by the sea and is typically Mediterranean. The capital is Valletta, the government is Republic and the currency is Euro. Malta has a long history, with some stone-age remnants along the southern coast that may be as old as 7,000 years. Christianity first came to Malta about 60 A.D. when St. Paul was shipwrecked on the coast. After about 400 years as a naval station of the Byzantine Empire, Malta suffered through ...
... started preaching to the masses during the roman rule. The romans persecuted all Christians so he delivered his preaching's underground in the catacombs.
We then went for a walk through parts of Mdina which is the old city. We saw St Pauls Cathedral which is quite spectacular with many of the Knights of St John actually buried in crypts under the floor of the cathedral. We walked past the Palace of the Grand Master but did not go in.
We were ...
Loved our day in Malta, Mum says scenically, it's her favourite arrival into any port on this trip, I personally can't really choose at this stage, I need to digest it all but it was stunning. We decided to do an independent 'hop on, hop off' tour of the central and northern part of the island, mainly because we wanted to get off and explore St Paul's Bay, which is where we came when I was around 9 (ish) for a family holiday and stayed in my Uncles holiday flat. ...
It's getting closer and closer to the final goodbye now; with one port left to go the reality of being back in the real world beckons. This is the last ever weekend I’ll have without having work on the Monday upcoming, I’m going to have to go back to work soon and try to remember stuff about computers; remember, I’ve not even seen a PC since December 23rd 2014 (I use a Mac for this blog lark). The weirdest part of leaving this ship is ...
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