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... the local bus, which took us literally all through the countryside, to the bottom of the island, for us to climb the rocks and see the blue grotto! Whilst it took best part of the day it gave us some insight into the Maltese countryside which was good. Also brought us along a different route which showed us an area called St Julian's which has some of the really upmarket penthouses etc, couldn't take ...
... is a very warm day today. As Uncle Fred was a hairdresser I asked if he could show me where to get my hair cut. Can do, so off we venture, a few words to his hairdresser mate in Maltese and I am in the queue. Ol mate danced around the chair, snip snip and before you know it a new man appears, 5.80 euro well spent I say. Picked up by the boys and then off to the highest point in the city which overlooks the main harbour, a spectacular setting with views in the first order. ...
... English language student on the island (a large concentration of which are Libyan) having a good time. In small doses it is a great place to go if you're meeting a group of friends. An added benefit is that all club and drinking culture is isolated to Paceville. If you want to dance till 5am and drink cocktails, great! go to Paceville. If you want to have a drink in a pub or just relax, you can go anywhere else on the whole island.
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... sea in a flurry of colour and light.
Ippy and Rami said ‘We know a good spot!’ so they took us to a rocky inlet called Għar Lapsi, which is a natural swimming pool. It was a beautiful place, even at night, and I wished I was there in the summer so I could jump into the beautiful water. I climbed along the rocky outcrop (dressed like ‘a lady’), right up to the top so I could look down to the others, it was really ...
... I’ve come in the 65 days! I had a lovely sleep on the sofa though, with lots of fluffy blankets.
Travelling really helps you to appreciate the little things in life. The little things that you always take for granted back home, but make you so happy when you realise you’ve been missing them.
A warm drink when you’re cold. I had some sweet berry tea at the apartment, and ...