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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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Today we got up at 5am to get on our flight from Athens to Malta. Bye bye Athens, I will miss you very much! However it is time for the next stage of our journey - Malta! We had some food from the buffet when we arrived to our hotel at around 10am. The food was great. They had everything from choc tart to pancakes to cereal and bacon and eggs. We …
... Maltese sense of humour, so when he told us "This is the office of the Hypogeum, the Hypogeum is about an hour’s walk from here…" we all laughed! We were too early, as usual, so walked to a local café for a coffee before the tour.
The Hypogeum is a prehistoric underground temple, several levels deep. It was built at least 5000 years ago as a tomb for a strange culture. The place looked just like it had been a temple built above ground but ...
... at my workplace in London it would be deemed as strange and look as if I had an ulterior motive. Don't get me wrong I find the whole ritual odd, but what a fantastic start to the day.
3) Weather. It is hot. Malta is so incredibly hot and I could not have wished for a better place to teach. Saying that, the humidity that gives you such warmth in the hotter months turns on you in the winter months. February and March are windy and stormy, and the cold air ...
... than class work, in preparation for the masters which I found out today that I can apply for in the summer.
Tonight we went to see Railway Man, a true story about a British solider in a Japanese POW camp - it was really enjoyable and interesting to watch - and for only 4 Euros, a bargain ...
... only a few inches high all the way down the hill making it an easy walk. The fort was one of the knight's strategic strongholds. It is now the Home of the Maltese Police Academy. It was also used as the setting of the film "Midnight Express". Once at the fort, we tried the camera again to no avail. We walked along the harbour a little farther and found a World War II monument which consisted of a large bell and plaques commemorating the island for it's help during the war. The bell ...