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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and live beside the sea.
-----But when I return to Malta on September 5th, she picked me up from the airport and told me I was no longer to refer to her as “my girlfriend”. I remained optimistic, though. We went to our favorite beach and swam and talked and kissed a little bit, then she left and I set up my tent nearby.
-----The following day, she broke our plans and went dancing on a yacht somewhere. It was difficult for me ...
On the list of life's small regrets for opportunities not seized has been the chance to water ski when I was here ten years ago. It was just one of those little things. Held back by some silly combination of not wanting to be seen in my bathing suit and acute fear of making a fool of myself by falling all over the bay, I sat on the boat and watched instead.
This morning the boys were very excited for their first lesson in Porto Heli with Mario ...
... t leave till 8:00. males and females are separated into separate cabins but because it is November and not many people are traveling, we each had our own cabin and it was awesome. we explored the ship a little bit, then went back to our cabins, showered, and went to bed. we were both really tired from not enough sleep the night before, luckily the ferry is 15.5 hours so we both got a long nights sleep and got into Greece around 12:30 ...
... on to learn about spinnakers and so on. One week saw a particularly sociable group of guests; our 'no single supplement' low season policy meant lots of people away on their own and happy to be chatty - makes for a lively quiz night!
As ever we never fit in as much sailing as we would like, but Andy and I did get a couple of memorable blasts in a Laser 4000; this season I wanted to get my trapezing nerve back, job done.next journal - taking it all ...
... including two children and the 31 lbs. of gold that is in the National Archeological Museum. When it was built there would have been no fortifications around it, but as the city expanded, it became necessary to separate the living from the dead and the circular wall was added around the graves. Even later when the walls were being expanded, this grave circle was included within the walls, although by this time people revered the site as more of ...