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... appreciate the design work I did on my stories, which come with black-and-white photos ... and autographs.
-----Chomp chomp chomp.
-----Oh, good. Italians. If I do my sales-pitch in Italian for them, they sometimes become so friendly that they'll buy stories, even if they can't read them.
-----Ooh! A large British woman just bought five stories! That's another power pellet.
-----Euros Euros Euros.
... on the bottom. Alfredo pointed out the interesting rock formations and the fungus that made a pink colour near the edge of the water. It was a truly magical!
After our lovely little cruise, we stopped at a little café overlooking the water for lunch. Lynda and Keith had yummy meals… mine was a little odd… the Scampi I ordered was Scampi Nuggets! Tasty, but odd.
While we were away, Bill & Mary went to Valetta ...
... the Spanish government kept their passports as the two awaited their court trial.
-----Dima wrote to me, philosophically:
-----"Life is wonderful ... no matter what."
-----He also wrote me with the names of friends of his whom I could stay with. Our brief encounter would save me from lots of homelessness. I stayed with Laura in Palermo. And a Russian sailor/doctor named Sergei Bychkov, in Malta.
-----Young Sergei wore a blond ponytail and a ...
... and bastions from the middle ages and the time of the Knights of Malta. The more we travel around tbe more we discover. And because the island is so small, everything's right around the corner.
Maltese people have very strong family networks, and the Catholic Church is still an important pillar of life here-the newspaper prints the Prime Minister's daily agenda ...
... is about, the going to present the only real skating rink in Malta on 26 November, 2013. The second one is about the complex's 13th Birthday celebration. I wrote both of them and MJ checked it and we sent them to Galia, the marketing of Bay Street. Than we had a nice lunch together with MJ wife Cecilia. She is so nice also. She cooking every day for the family and we had some typical Maltese food again. It was similar to ...