Lantern Guest House - BAHIM hotel
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... the wreck from the Maltese Government, and employed a local diver named Eddie to raise it from the ocean floor with lifting bags and barrels. It had been a long, costly and risky venture, but the Charlotte Louise was once again afloat (while the lifting bags held anyway).
Gabriel had promised Egle he would take her to see the ship, so we picked up their friend Tom (who is the Captain of a boat also moored in the Manoel Island Yacht Yard), ...
A lay-in by comparison, we got up at 8 and got ready for a next walk, from the north east town of Mellieha down to Ghadira Bay. It was windy but you could feel the sun trying. At the top of the town is Mellieha Church. Great views, you can even see Comino and Gozo! We spent the afternoon on the beach, ...
... 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 ...
... aid, eager not to waste the precious liquid. The live band was great, and so was the local DJ who took over later in the night. We met a lot of funny and kind locals who bought us drinks and danced with us late into the night. A funny moment was when someone asked ‘What drink would you like?’ I replied, ‘Just water thanks,’ but they bought me back a blue liqueur saying ‘We have REALLY blue water in ...
... ordered dinner when Nicole’s family (who we’d danced with at the farmhouse last night) called and invited us to dinner. Nicole quickly ran to the bar and cancelled our food, and we were off again. A bit embarrassing, but free food and good company will always win out!
At the farmhouse we were greeted by the happy Gozitans who fed us scrumptious pasta and (again) marvelled at my height. They think I’m so tall! They even took ...