The Mediterranea Hotel & Suites
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... Brazilian Portuguese
MOST DIFFICULT LANGUAGES
FAVORITE NON-ENGLISH-SPEAKING MUSICIANS
1. Soda Stereo (Argentina)
2. DDT (Russia)
3. Band whose Name I Didn't Know (Laos)
4. Selif Keita (Mali)
5. Los Prisioneros (Chile)
HM: Super Mama Djambo (Guinea-Bissau), Justino Delgado (Guinea-Bissau), Duman (Turkey), Priessnitz (Czech Republic), Los Fabulosos Cadillacs (Argentina)
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... done some research and wanted to go to St Johns cathedral. Malta has 365 churches and St Johns is the most opulent of them, catholic of course. A couple of old locals we chatted briefly with on the way, said there is a church on a neighbouring island - Goza? - that is 7,000 years old. We laughed when we said to them that Valetta is beautiful and one shrugged and said "we don't complain." They were clearly at peace with life and on the face if it, who wouldn't ...
... to sunbathe on the rocks. Once we had dried off we went for a walk to explore the island. It's pretty much a desert but about a 25min walk away is one of the old forts, st. Mary's fort, so we made the trek in the hot sun. It was pretty cool looking around the deserted island and the fort. There are only 4 people who live permanently on the island, gives you an idea about how small and empty it is! On our walk we literally passed nothing ...
... Maltese lace which dad's mum used to make in Australia and I found a glass cover that mums mother used to put over my glass of water at night when I stayed over. Janet, we spotted heaps of street signs with the Portelli name but especially in St Lawrenz, homes with the Portelli name on them. Two and a half hours later, we find ourselves back to where we started from and massive ferry is having cars loaded on. Stuart purchased our tickets and we have smooth crossing ...
... and the military, which wanted to make war in Vietnam. He signed an international treaty that ended atomic testing on land, in the atmosphere, and underwater. In his final speech, he warned the world of powerful, evil people who used "guerrillas by night instead of armies by day" and manipulated our democracies. Kennedy's murder was blamed on a man who, in the brief moment he had access to the media, said he'd been set up. The next president, Johnson, ...