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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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... a little lunch and shopping therapy. We also decided to walk down to the sea which is a ridiculously long & steep journey. Because we had a big lunch we decided that something light in our apartment was the go. There is a store here called Wembleys which is a supermarket of sorts spanning 3 floors. Each floor is about the size of a decent lounge room so we aren't talking masses of room. There is a basement which sells alcohol and an upper floor for toiletries ...
... the next few hours swimming and playing catch - heaven.
Around 11:30/12pm, the tourist boats from Valletta and the South arrived and we decided it was now time for us to beat a hasty retreat. The Blue Lagoon was wonderful early morning; not so much when it is full of trip boats and people. We made our way back to the mainland and then hopped on the surprisingly full, half-hourly car-ferry from Malta to Gozo. About 15 minutes later and ...
... is about 100 tonnes and fragile. Then we realised that we’d need to convince the Department of Fisheries to let us have access to that crane, because it’s usually only aloud to lift Government registered fishing boats.
Gabriel somehow got the number of the Director of that department and said he would meet her the next morning. Sandro and I worried that communication might not be his strong point, especially with language barriers (Gabriel ...
... Damien about cool things to visit in Australia. When we arrived the storm clouds were rolling in over the water, which made for very dramatic photos of the Ghajn Tuffieha Tower.
A good looking Venezuelan guy climbed up the small tower I was standing on to take some panoramas, and we chatted for a couple of minutes. He seemed really cool, and was staying for the month in Malta, so I really regret not exchanging emails.
... deciding which language points to work on after the task, as well as feeding them phrases and vocabulary to ensure there was no breakdown in communication or off task discussion. They worked away and created two fantastic countries which were very utopian (one was shaped like a four leaf clover and grew and exported 'luck', which grew in the form of lucky apples on lucky trees, from rich lucky nutrients), ...