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... When people felt an excessive love for their own families, this hurt society.
-----With all of that in mind, we could now take a look at my updated list ranking the countries of the world for happiness. This list was made up of: COUNTRIES I'D "THRUMPED" IN; sub-cultures of those countries; Andorra, where I spent three months; and Samoa, which left a big impression on me. They were rated on my fancy "Happiness Scale", from 0 to 100 ...
1. Samoa - 97
Arriving at La Veduta, our home away from home for about a week, in Ghasri in the Northern part of Gozo, we were met with a solid wall and very large solid front door. Joe retrieved the key from the rock beside the door and welcomed us to our place.
Wow! This place is HUGE! It’s quaintly decorated with old world charm; made of solid limestone; has three large bedrooms all with bathrooms, one downstairs and two up the narrow winding limestone staircase; each ...
... a mock picnic with Maltese sausages at Nicole’s dad’s house. Afterwards we climbed up onto the roof and got battered by the wind whilst looking at the green rolling hills and beautiful landscape.
Mieke went home to pack her bag for Malta, while Nicole and I visited her Mum in Marsalforn. They gave me some tips about the next leg of my journey, and then we went to get a hot chocolate at a nearby café. Earlier that morning, Ippy had given ...
... Tony said: ‘That is my father, he started this shop. His name was George, my brother is named George, my nephew’s name is George, and I am Tony!’ He laughed out loud.
Tony taught me about how important it is to forget those who are false in this world. He also spoke about the importance of travel, but was a confessed racist. He doesn’t like the refugees that come up from Africa. He said Malta is different from the rest of Europe ...
... 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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