Golden Tulip Vivaldi Hotel
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... w delcie Nilu. Tenże fakt stał sie podstawa do późniejszego przejęcia wyspy przez Brytyjczyków w 1800 roku. Od tego momentu aż po 1964 datuje sie protektorat brytyjski. Z początku Wielka Brytania nie za bardzo widziała co z Malta zrobić co od czasu Wiosny Ludów sprzyjało rozwojowi lokalnej świadomości patriotycznej jej mieszkańców. Od połowy XIX wieku ...
Well, its been a long time in the making and an even longer time dreaming of it..
A long 2 day trip is ahead of me: 3 planes; 4 stops; 3 security checks; and an overdose of airplane food! its a good thing I'm gifted with the ability to sleep like a baby as soon as I'm seated on a plane!
However, with great adventures, comes having to say good bye to old comforts... mainly friends and family .... although I got to spend ...
... We began to learn more about the history of Malta whilst in Valetta, particularly in relation to Malta’s involvement in the World War II.
We made the trip by public bus to Mdina a city in the centre of the island. This was a very historical part of the island and whilst there we partook in a Medieval Festival seeing dancers, performers and sampling traditional produce. There is a lot of ...
... theology and technology in almost complete cultural isolation. They benefited from no through traffic, no stimulating interaction with neighbouring cultures, and no wealth of natural resources from which to draw.
We have no idea how they accomplished this feat, and one has to wonder about the extraordinary expense of time, man-power and communal resources these temples extracted ...
Last day of 2013! Tomorrow is a public holiday. After I said goodbye to my 1 to 1 student I discovered everyone had organised a Christmas party with food and (an exceptional amount of) drink. After a few sangrias and a chat about Christmas plans we did secret Santa (see picture). I left and ...