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... the crow flies! This is now sunday. Have had access problems with my tablet so I'm using Dave's nook. We arrived around 5 pm. Took a cab to Palm Beach Club. I won't bore you with all the details, but this wasn't going to work for us. It was too late to contact our time share agent so we stuck it out overnight. Because the AC didn't work we slept with the windows and doors open. ...
... s Cathedral. There was also an absolute hidden gem in the form of Fontanella Cafe; a multi-layered cafe which had several outdoor terraces overlooking the Maltese countryside and out to the bay at Buggiba.
Next stop was the town of Rabat, a short 5 meter walk from the main gate of Medina. Rabat lacked the charm of Medina, being formed of more general apartments, shops and traffic. However, it had a certain traditional, everything is ...
... 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 ...
Malta itself is a very small country, only 85 km from Sicily, Italy and 380km from Northern Africa, and has a total population of 400 000. This morning we bought ourselves a weeks pass which covers the ferry, and buses, and caught the ferry across to the city from Sliema. The ferry pulled into one side of the city, we then caught a shuttle to the centre, within minutes we were part of yet another formality - ...
... together to remove their boats from the water - a tiring task in the early afternoon heat which saw at least seven men having to get involved.
They brought us Bruschetta to start which was covered in tomatoes, cucumber and onion. This was followed by our mains with everyone ordering fish - Miriam had a whole fish called Awarata (Sea Bream) while the rest of us had swordfish. Yes that's right - ...