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Had a huge lie in this morning, 9:30 before I was told to "get out of my pit" by my dad, not been told that for twenty years, well by him anyway. Get up, shower then get ready to go to sit by the pool. Start mixing my vodka, blueberry and cranberry super juice, full of antioxidants don't you know. Jill goes to the pool and I go to Apple's Eye for a coffee and see if they will have the footy on later, the lass behind the bar says yes but I'm not convinced but will ...
... at both Barrakka Gardens, then strolling both the streets and harbour side for a few hours. This tour was designed for kids meaning Gab and I hardly saw ours all morning as they played with the other kids. We also had a few kid features in the tour, dramatic stories about the knights, and a visit to a toy museum.
After the tour we humped our second send home package off to the Post Office, I think in an attempt to clear room for ...
... renovated – he now has 42, along with a restaurant and I’m sure other businesses. We chatted about Gozo, what to do while we are here, where to shop for groceries other than n our very quiet town, the local wines and restaurants, etc. Washing machine still not working… Monday will do.
We headed to Victoria, the Capital, in search of the supermarket! It was an experience driving there, though not far from us, the roads are TERRIBLE – rough and ...
... were walking back through Valletta to the bus stop, we saw a group of hippies jamming outside a colourful café. They had a few instruments including a harmonic drum, so we bought a drink and watched them for a while. Lars also because best friends with the resident French Bulldog.
It turned out to be a night of spontaneous musical delight, because as we passed a church, we heard awesome music coming from inside. I thought it must have been ...
... to embrace it! I bought a day ticket and got on a bus bound for Valletta. It was awfully crowded, but I didn't feel the need to worry about my bags being pickpocketed like in other countries.
My first task was the visit 3 Castille Place where the Department of Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs is located. When I arrived, there was a paper sign on the door saying they’d relocated to St. Elmo Place on the other side of Valletta. I walked down the steep ...