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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... still take so much pleasure from a tiny place without it feeling tiresome. After a 2km straight walk we reached the bay. We were surprised with the cafes, water sports and facilities considering how remote it is. It was easy to see why people flock here. The waters are the most turquoise in Malta, on par with the blue lagoon in Comino. We sunbathed for a while and made our mark in the sand right by the sea. Well worth the ...
... refreshing. The brilliant day, the great company, the fun activity and the memories from the night before put me in such a great mood, and I couldn’t stop beaming as I splashed around in the crystal clear salty shining water.
Jennie and I were the only ones game enough to go in, but after much persuasion, everyone finally made the plunge. When the sun started to sink lower in the sky (and a camera-crew-esque van showed up) we ...
... hem, and by the end of the night, every person had ‘fragile’ stuck on them somewhere, whether it be their head, clothes or butt.
There were people in the kitchen, people in the games room, people on the roof, people dancing. Everyone was happy!
At one stage I ran outside and found some people I knew on the street. They had other friends with them who joined us, and one of them, Felix, has an internship at the ...
... had his jacket on, so while Lars played the ukulele, I started wearing a collection of his other accessories, like a hat and tie (see photo below, quite dashing if I say so myself).
We all walked down to the Strand where Lars caught the bus back to Hamrun, while Egil and I ran along the water towards my place.
In the kitchen I chatted to Ippy and showed her photos of the vases I'd seen in Sliema. Then, up the stairs I climbed, to be consumed by blogging and ...
... of Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs. I tried to explain to the guards at the front desk my situation ("I have a Maltese working holiday visa, I need evidence, but you won’t stamp my passport, my 90 days in Europe will run out in a week if this isn’t sorted, what do I need to do?"). They said I needed a Maltese Residency Card (well that’s new! I love being told something different each time I ...