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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... t too problematic. Dave ordered the Maltese special of minced beef and vegetables rolled inside thinly sliced beef. It was covered in a similar tomato gravy. Both meals came with an overload of French fries. I think America has forgotten that French fries are made of potatoes! These are so delicious. And addictive. The Maltese eat hearty. We can't finish our meals.
There was a guitarist entertaining the group when we left. He played a pretty ...
... old city is surrounded by huge bastions, walls 6 mtrs thick. Went to the national war museum, these people have been invaded by/or fighting someone most of their existence.
A 16th century hospital (now a conference centre) was built by the order of st johns 4 their knights n the elite - a toilet 4 every patient of which there were many as the ward was 500 metres long.
They had a 72% success ...
... 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 ...
... so claustrophobic and stuffy. The Maltese spent over 2000 hours in the shelters over a period of 2-3 years. There were so many shelters that it was like a maze to see all of them. They sheltered in fear and distress. They chipped away some Catacombs to make the shelters. There were a lot of Catacombs aswell. People were very small in the 12-1600’s. Malta is amazing but our Maltese trip ends here. By for now, from ...
... intricate and decorative, even for the horses. It was in such good condition too, even though hundreds of years old, and having seen many wars.
I started to feel ill again (definitely exhausted), but I needed to push on, because tonight was my official farewell party from Malta! I found a cheap skirt that could be scribbled on, and caught the bus back to Gzira.
I spent HOURS making the vodka jelly shots. They’ve become ...