- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... wrong bus and then we got off at the wrong stop... It was quite the disaster!). In Malleiha they have the red castle which we visited. Unfortunately Malta is still in siesta mode and the castle was closed so we killed an hour and a half walking up and down the road to the coast. It was the very pretty. The red castle was pretty cool too. It was a small fortress used during the war. The bottom level we as used to store water ...
... for sale’. Looking through the gap in the doors it was obvious it had been uninhabited for many years, left without care and in a derelict state. A pity as it would have been a lovely little place in its time. I took some photos of Mary, sitting in the doorway and pretending to play marbles, as she remembered when she was seven. It was great to see where she was born, even if she left there at 6 months of age!
We wandered around Valetta a ...
... our way back to the lobby, we rung the bell and asked the man on duty if we could have a room for a reduced price (pushing our luck). I even used the ‘Hello, my name is Caitlin, I’m from Australia…’ line, but apparently that only works a charm once in a night,
The taxi home was filled with drunken teenagers, but it didn’t deter us from reminiscing about the amazing spur of the moment night that will go down in history! Well, our in history books ...
... I can’t call a local friend to catch up because they’re working.
It’s discomforting to realise I can’t cuddle my boyfriend anymore, or curl up on the couch with my parents. I can’t walk down the main street and say hi to almost every person I see. I don’t know how much things are worth, or how to get places quickly. I’m surrounded by thousands of people, but I’m ‘going it alone.’ And I’m ...
... but lots of visitors. We enjoyed hours in the hot sun in our 6 euro/day sun chairs along with some snorkelling in the beautifully crystal clear waters. The sea life here is very limited which was disappointing, but seems to be consistent throughout the Mediterranean. The days seem to speed past and withought even realising how fast time goes by, we were on our way back to the Malta International Airport to go back to Catania, Siciliy, and begin working our way North through Italy.