Lantern Guest House - BAHIM hotel
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... be just trying to make fun. Then all of a sudden the guy closest to me just went under the water and didn’t come back up and at the same time of the other guys further out went under as well. I was just standing there for a few seconds, expecting him to come back up, when two guys, who realising the gravity of the situation, jumped into the water and pulled him back up.
He must have only been under for a minute or two at the most and he was unconscious when ...
... to the windmill where we had free entry from the temples. This was one of the many windmills built by the Knights of St John in the 16th century, and was an interesting and well restored building. We then drove to Xlendi, a small coastal town with a beautiful little bay, and had some gelato from the best gelato shop on the island and paddled our feet in the bay. Next we drove through Sannat and Ta Cenc to where there are some cliffs. It was quite a walk to the cliffs themselves, so ...
... I went in search of a toilet, worried the tow boat search might take a while. We walked to an old warehouse, were we found some government workers, who very chivalrously unlocked the facilities for us.
By the time we got back to the dock, not ten minutes later, the mood had changed. People were still in a panic, but it was because Sandro had found somebody to tow the boat for us. Hurrah! Jonathan and Gabriel were preparing the ropes, and Eddie had been called ...
... enjoyed the cryptic questions and drawing round. Richard and I paired together for the quiz, and made very serious quiz-goers (you know, a little bit too competitive…but just the right amount!). We agreed to be on the same team for the next Balluta Bar quiz.
Teemu came late and was up for lots of hugs, and everyone milled around playing on guitar, drinking and talking. Ippy and I caused a sensation with our drinking glasses! One end of the straw sits in the glass, whilst ...
... off to marvel at a rundown mansion-like structure, and then later at some ancient roman ruins (mainly covered by sand). The sand at Ramla Bay is a really deep orangey red colour, and there is nothing else like it on the island. We saw another cave on the other side of the bay that I wanted to climb, but we agreed the rocks looked too treacherous.
I ‘hopped on’ the bus again, bidding farewell to Paul, who had taught me a lot about ...