Gillieru Harbour Hotel
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... see at a distance that Valletta looked like a big city, at least some hundreds of thousands of people - we've heard 400,000 to 650,000 - and as we got closer her character started to be visible. As Ang said today the word "beautiful" has been used quite a lot on this trip but Valletta is beautiful with a character of its own. It's fortress high walls, the pale earthy colour of the buildings, all built of stone and a taxi driver later told us that even new ...
... 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 ...
... has to pick us up first at 4. Dear God I still have to get back to Malta at the end of the day. Arrive at Gozo and on land when Stuart turns to me and start going nuts that the driver is f...... Crazy and we are not getting back on. AlI I could say was thank you thank you. Jump on our bus to find out that Gozo, 14 km long and 7 km at its widest point, is less populated and more rural than its big sister Malta, and has many varied attractions, from its ancient ...
... leader of the Congo. In 1960, three months after Congolese independence and his election, he was overthrown by Col. Mobutu and beaten, tortured, and executed. Before this, CIA director Allan Dulles had called Lumumba's assassination "an urgent and prime objective". In 2002, Belgium's government admitted partial responsibility for Lumumba's death.
-----Martin Luther King Jr.; thirty years after his death, one man admitted he'd received $100,000 to arrange ...
... Ggantijan community.
But obviously, they felt these questions and reflections to be important enough to mark them with monuments to eternity. They had to know these edifices would be their legacy to an unknown future.
And here we are, inhabiting that future, being schooled by our unknown forebears in what it means to be essentially human. Wow...Giants indeed.