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... as we cruised back to St. Paul's bay. Was such a good day! When back on dry land we went back to the hostel for showers before heading out for dinner. We thought we wanted to go the Valletta which is the capital but after talking to the man in the corner shop we decided to go to st. Julian's, much more night life he said. We caught the bus there and walked around looking for somewhere to eat but it was pretty much all bars! It wasn't ...
Our penultimate dinner was the Animation show where you draw your own character that then gets animated into some Disney classics, brilliant! Though I think the girls may have been slightly more impressed with their decorate your own cup cake dessert.
Our time on the magic is drawing to an end, with one sea day to go before we dock in Barcelona there's a mix of excitement for the sea day of Disney indulgence ahead ...
... and has lots of caves and cliffs that show it’s magnificence. Once again I was bewildered by the number of young people smoking on the tiny boat, out the front on the deck struggling to light up and with no regard for the air others breathe!
The trip home included a stop at the Bugeja Fish shop to buy some food for dinner. Local snapper sounded like a great plan with Keith in charge of the cooking.
Another great day on the tiny island of ...
... and figurines have been found as well.
We continued to the Blue Grotto but were disappointed at what you could see from the spot, although the cliff was impressive.
W e had a better view of the Blue Grotto from the cliffs at the "temples". It was windy by then and that along with the siesta meant the boats into the cave were not operating. We wished we had thought of this and we would have stopped at the awesome Dingli ...
... and watched small fish and crabs pass by. For me, it was like being at home, but for my friend, it seemed to be an extraordinary experience. The sun was shining, it was warm and we didn't feel pressure to go anywhere. As I reminded him, Sicily is likely to always be there, but hanging out, swinging feet, daydreaming and talking about the time you fell off a bridge with your bicycle, and then showing the scars to prove it? Priceless, and not easy to come by.