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... by mistake so I eat it. Everyone, including the Australians, then starts telling stories about killing and skinning rabbits. Issy says she used to help her dad kill rabbits. I think that our animal loving daughter Emma would be horrified. I'm not sure I'd want to be a rabbit in Malta, or in West Sunshine for that matter. It feels weird to be hearing a whole bunch of young people talking English with the same accent as Issy's mum's generation back ...
... about 200,000 cars on it. The streets are narrow and crowded and busy. It is the fourth most populated country (per area) in the world. It certainly seems that way. There are about 360 churches on the island and one mosque. There is a great deal of building being undertaken currently. Valletta seems quite vibrant. A wonderful day exploring. We had dinner at Prime C. Tonight we head off for Siracusa ...
... influenced by the British, so traffic signs are usually only in Maltese. And most of the conversations we heard were not in English. This true of all the out lying areas away from Valletta.
Driving on to the ferry, we were off sailing across the narrow channel, past the island of Comiso (total population 4) which is a nature reserve now. This small island less than 1 square mile can be visited, again by ferry, and there are many hiking trails.
The ferry trip took ...
... in WWII, but we had never really heard about it before. They experienced more air raids than London! They played a propaganda film that King Edward commissioned to encourage the population during the raids, which showed footage from the time which was really interesting. The museum also included some underground air raid shelters which we walked through. This were again very interesting, and larger than expected! Some of the tunnels were ...
Our accommodation is lovely, they have 3 rooms they have turned into top floor apartments, quite separate from the 2 other areas they have set up like a dormitory and part of a hostel.
Ours is of course right at the top, with very windy stairs, which are steep, and several,of them! Poor Sean having to carry everything up there was no way I could carry even Sean's case which ...