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... him in and started CPR. At the same time a guy jumped from a passing boat to pick up the other guy and drove him off towards Gozo. They were really working on him and signalling for other boats to come and pick him up because there weren’t any lifeguards. But for some reason they didn’t come over the boundary markers and eventually a boat arrived from Mgarr after 20 minutes or so.
Not long after a very loud helicopter arrived and was circling around ...
... only went far enough to get a good view back across to Malta. Then it was time to head to our B&B in Qala and freshen up for dinner! We met the lovely couple who ran the B&B and enjoyed a drink on their beautiful terrace with them before heading to a nearby restaurant up the hill a wee bit in Nadur. We had a window seat so we could see the boats making their way between the two islands which was nice. We again shared a pizza to start, a calzone this time which was yummy ...
... his small speed boat. Eddie and his wife would follow the Charlotte Lousie for the whole journey, to make sure if any of the lifting bags popped, he would be onsite to try and fix it – a very difficult job in the open sea.
An apparently 'very important’ (AKA rich) suited man of Malta was on the docks watching the hullabaloo. He was chatting to Gabriel as the bright yellow day-cruise boat (to be our tower) appear on the horizon, heralding the start of ...
... is in your mouth. The liquid passes through the whole length of the straw past your eyes!
I got mega hungry, so Richard and I went looking for cheese and more ciders, eventually finding a corner shop that was still open. When we got back, everyone was so grateful for the snacks!
I left at a reasonable time for once, passing Good Thaimes on the way. It was closed, but a few people were still conversing outside, so I stopped for a chat. Yemane kindly walked me the 30 metres ...
... 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 ...
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