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Today is our last day in Malta. Terry was up early taking shots of the sunrise as well as the Upper Barrakka Gardens which are next door to our apartment. We decided to roam around the town of Valletta again today. It is another hot day and with two cruise ships in the wharf it is a little crowded and soon time for a cold drink. Terry wanted photos of Strait Street so we went ...
... hefty donations, hence the money to invest in the church. The gold is gold paint but everything else looks authentic, although like most other old churches it has been subject to much restoration. The church is also famous for its art collection on the walls and the pieces of art date back to the 16th century. Even the floors are a piece of art, in-scripted marble tiles. After leaving the church we found a cafe with air conditioning, beer, ice cream and free wifi - ...
... go to a bar closer to home. Along the way we made way too many comments which made us sound like our mothers such as "it's just so hard to go out when you've been in the sun all day" and "this music isn't even music, it's just noise!" Haha oh god we are definitely getting old!! Turns out St. Paul's was way busier than we had seen so far! We found a bar to have a drink which turned into 2 drinks, then turned into a few Scottish oldies joining us ...
... coast. All aboard swam safely to land. The site of the wreck is traditionally known as St. Paul's Island, and is marked by a statue commemorating the site. As a fire was lit, Paul was bitten by a poisonous snake but he suffered no ill effects. The islanders took this as a sign that he was a special man and the reason that there is now no poisonous snakes in Malta. This scene is depicted in many religious works of art on the Islands. According to tradition, the ...
... Golden Bay. Radisson. Sea and wind and bare, rocky land surrounded them. I camped among them, in the ruins of an abandoned resort village.
-----A whole village to myself! The buildings, made from chalky white bricks, were now being conquered by nature. There was an old hotel, a restaurant, swimming pool, mini golf course, kids' discotech and outdoor theater, and a residencial village. But, it was difficult to see the brick archways hanging ...