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... a great laugh. They were in Malta for work. One was young and the other 2 were literally old enough to be our dads but they were hilarious. One of them had the funniest dance moves, he woulda been 50 dancing like an 18 year old. They bought us a few drinks and we went to the night club for a bit of a dance. 2am later and we had redeemed ourselves for sounding like total nanas earlier! Randomest night ever but good fun. Gunna be struggle street ...
... before our early start the next day when Max bursts through the door in tears. I don't mean weeping, but properly crying at the loss of all his new friends from the Edge, they'd all just been exchanging email addresses for the last half an hour. As we left the ship the next morning we stopped every couple of minutes to say goodbye to a new friend someone had made.
So sad to say goodbye, but atleast we have Barcelona!
... get home and by the time we arrived back, the races were over.
Lynda, on the other hand, had managed to notice the crowds building and gone to see what was happening – horses and Shetland ponies racing down the road, in twos or threes, or sometimes on their own. People cheering and standing on the road. Crazy she thought! She had a conversation with Jimmy a Butcher from another town about the races and his brother’s horse that a ...
... ruled in Malta-the Phoenicians, the Romans, the Knights of St John, the English. Peter took a photo of the knights one.
The cafe reminded us very much of the cafe we went in Buenos Aires to watch the tango. Sadly as our memories are not good enough to remember the name of the cafe in Buenos Aires, will have to find it in our blog once home.We also walked along St John Street- the same name of the street of my childhood home ...
... January and the beginning of February were noticeably calmer everywhere, but the past week or so the number of tourists (all wearing shorts of course!) has increased again.
It seems the Malta is literally a holiday hotspot no matter what month it is! I'm looking forward to April and visits from my family and hopefully some sunshine and shorts weather :-)