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... bays. My rabbit journey continues apace ... We left John and Sue in Malta as they were staying another four days, and returned to our Stazzo home for another two nights.
As I write we are in our final day as the last two Australians in Stazzo. We have had our last lunch of spaghetti vongole and local fish at the little club we have fondly called the 'Kirribilli Club'. All that is left is packing, saying goodbye to the ...
I had a domestic day with the washing machine that hates me, before heading out along the Strand to meet Lars, Jon and Egil at the Point. I still can't get over how lucky I am to have such a beautiful vista around the corner from me! The walk makes me appreciate my life every day!
The boys said I should try a cinabun pastry because it would change my life (it did), and then we checked out the Fortino ...
... books without wanting children to read them). It's arguably the best part of writing, the exhibiting gives us a sense of achievement, whether it's good marks on an essay or someone enjoying our birthday message. In class teachers can add them to online blogs for all students to access, a more lo-tech option is to pin them to the wall, nameless, and ask students to read and note down what they liked, what they didn't understand, good use of language, positive ...
... trails on Gozo. Driving past the church in Nadur, I introduced myself to a young Russian guy called Pavel, who is travelling with his family. We shared stories about our journeys and then parted ways at Mgarr. I decided not to explore here, and instead took the bus back to Xlendi, where Nicole, Lars and I had enjoyed dinner the night before. I climbed up some zig-zag steps to look into a sea cave, but the water was very rough, so I couldn’t go right ...
... 8217; The bathrooms at Piano Lounge are great too. The walls are decorated with images, there is an old cinema projector and there are mirrors on the roof.
Nicole and I were the last ones groovin’ on down in the place, so the staff members joined us. When it was finally time to leave, we sat on the wall by the sea and talked about life. We symbolically tipped out the rest of the water from our bottles into the ...
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