Gillieru Harbour Hotel
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... still on route!! As time was ticking on we decided not to make anymore stops and just sat back and enjoyed the views and coastline vistas back to Sleima. Fruit smoothly time again, they keep very well in the mini bar!!! Time to shower before going for dinner at the Italian. Lovely staff, very service, starters was gnocchi with tomatoes and basil, then authentic pizza, huge, very huge x 2 but delicioso, too much fir Pat so we were given. Doggy box!!! that's Davids breakfast for tomorrow ...
... I've failed a basic Maltese test. I think Issy will be disappointed in me.
Louis drives us back to the club in Balzan, where the feast pre-party is in full swing. Distant relatives and people who remembered Issy's parents appear from everywhere to meet her. I start to think that Malta is one long feast party. It's only Tuesday, and the feast isn't really on until Sunday, yet it seems this place will be party central every night between now and then. I'm ...
The flight out to Malta was fine, left about 4:30pm and arrived about 9pm local time. As my dad had hired a car I thought we'd be straight out and in the hotel in time for the footy, no no no. After walking for about 20 mins carrying my bag, which i found out in Barca is a pig to carry when it's hot, we found the Peugot 106 hire car at the furthest end of the car park possible. Load up and ready to go, still time to watch most of the football. My dad sets ...
... we arrived at the blue lagoon and got anchored we got on the speed boat with our driver Ian. He took us for a spin round the bay before driving through some beautiful caves with water so clear you could easily see the bottom even though it was really deep. One of the caves even had a small sandy beach at the end of it. Ian blasted his party music so was like a little dance party in the cave. We also went round to crystal bay which, as it's ...
... ran aground. Napoleon Bonaparte only lasted 7 days, Samuel Taylor Coleridge less than a year and Oliver Reed...well, he died here, The Pub (great name for a pub, dontchafink?) where he called last drinks has the bar stool he keeled over in set up in a corner as a kind of shrine. He was making Gladiator at the time. Other than these fly by nighters a lot of people have come and stayed and the city of ...