Howard Johnson Mediterranea
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... oneself, accompanied by the realization that one doesn't know everything. 4. Enjoyment of life.
The next question came from a little German boy, who dreamed of one day being a famous journalist ...
Q: Modern O., whatever happened to your Tunisian girlfriend?
A: It made me happy to say ... I heard she got married. Yay!
The next one came from a little German woman, who liked to sit outside her hobbit-like home and drink tea with her ...
... off slowly including later start to breakfast. No-one is complaining !
The entry to Valetta, the harbor for Malta, is dramatic. It could not have been a better day – bright sun, blue skies and calm seas. The cruise ships have to do a dogleg entry through the protective groins at the port entry – the photo opportunity watching them enter from the land side must be great.
The island has been home to many civilizations ...
... 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 ...
... it right, it opens up a whole other exciting world for you!
Egil leant me his underwater camera and GoPro, because over the next few days I would be trying diving myself, and going on many boats.
When I got home Debbie was waiting for me, and talked goss for half an hour. Then Gabriel swung by to pick me up and we walked to Sliema to see his Blue and Gold Macaw. That’s right, this man is a real life pirate! He has the ship, the bird and the swords; now all ...
... to be. Bit creative and cut through long grass while others braved it and waded through the thick mud. Still my favourite place in Malta the rock that sticks out in between the two bays. It's breathtaking. What makes it even more special is the minerals in the water make it turquoise, and the waves follow each other in perfect lines, like wrinkles. From here we headed north (towards Gozo) ...