New Tower Palace Malta
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Leaving the Hypogeum, I walked (10 minutes) to the Tarxien Temples - Malta's most complex network of prehistoric megalithic temples. The first of these temples (there are 4) is thought to date from 3600 BC. They are dry stone structures with no mortar, concrete etc used to hold the massive stone blocks in place. Very little is known about the activities or rituals that took place within these structures until the early Bronze Age when they were used ...
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When I arrived home that evening I Skyped Danielle in Canada. She’s working and saving at the moment, but she and her boyfriend Darren are going on an adventure soon. They’re setting off on the Pacific Crest Trail in Southern California, and walking all the way back up into Canada! Amazing! Danielle and I always have such good conversation, and she continually inspires me to be more positive and adventurous. She's my soul mate and I miss ...
... of Valletta). The Ottomans landed here during the Great Siege (1565), and Napoleon (1798), who subsequently occupied the island for three years, used the bay to land his ships. Nowadays it hosts the largest Sunday market in Malta. Luckily it is so big, as the sheer volume of people makes it difficult to navigate. In between the stalls full to the brim of everything from old electronics to vegetables to baby clothes ...
... stock up on a few things and to try and get some food for cooking that's a bit more exciting, one thing we both miss is a big supermarket that stocks everything. The food (apart from restaurants) has been the only thing that has been a bit disappointing! Thursday tomorrow. Another week almost ...
... countryside. The islands capital, Valletta, seems to sprawl half the distance of the island, when in fact it is all of the outlying towns that meld together to form one large city. Malta is composed of three islands; Malta itself, its smaller sister island Gozo and the tiny uninhibited island if Comino. There are plenty of wonderful and unique things about Malta, from the hand made lace to prickly pear liqueur, and from their unique fishing boats to natural and man made ...