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... been cleaning the deck for hours and yes, he forgot to close some of the hatches and of course we all got wet!
Tonight we will be going to the Band Club in the square to celebrate Geoff's birthday. He deserves some time off for good behaviour!
Then tomorrow the final clean of the boat and hopefully we will be allowed to have Wednesday off before we return on Thursday morning.
We are looking forward to seeing you all!
Peter writes …..
I don’t know where the past six weeks or so have gone since our last update! Time seems to have just flown by without doing anything of particular note.
After successfully helping John to get to Cyprus we had a couple of days sightseeing and then returned to ‘White Rose’ in Licata, Sicily.
Many of our colleagues who over-wintered had already put out for the summer so we were on our own ...
... along the street back to my hotel,,stopped for lunch, and then went and crashed for the afternoon in my original room. It seems better but not so sure yet til I re-enter after dinner. I think I need an early night after so little sleep. Got another tour tomorrow of the Three Cities, More on this later Wednesday March 11 Three Cities tour This was more interesting than the day before. Went to the Three Cities..Vittoriosa, where we took a wonderful walk through the old parts...also ...
... in): “Horse hooves and wheels to be rubber lined." They really were serious about living up to the name of the “Silent City”!
Mdina was the former capital of Malta from at least Roman times and is a very attractive walled town; when the knights arrived in 1530 they moved the capital to Birgu (across the water from Valetta) as it was much more easily accessible from their ships, but the aristocracy stayed put. This ...
... met our collective requirements. As usual the internet was slow but at least we got the essential business done such as emails and updating the NZ Herald. Syncing photos for the blog and uploading them would again have to wait. We wandered the clean wide pedestrian cobbled streets that were in what we imagine was an upmarket part of town and it seemed to go for miles. Tina was keen to stay and do some shopping and walk back to the ship by herself. Ang wanted ...