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... appreciate the early bird.
We ordered fried calamari as an appetizer. The calamari was amazing. Really tender, thick rings in a simple batter. It was presented with a light ranch type sauce and salad with tomato, etc. I ordered the rabbit stew that I had been waiting for. It came in a tomato flavored gravy with a few peas. The rabbit was like mini country style ribs. The texture was just like pork. And, yes, Rob and Staci, it tasted like chicken. The ...
After a shopping spree to the market where we had to wait 4 our fish as had not arrived from the boat.
Went to the national museum of archeology. 4 a little islandit was amazing with a farming history dating 5200 bc.
Set off our self walking malta experience tour. Guide had difficulty finding the start!,
Walked through gardens, saw the water polo pool, the headquarters of the order of st. ...
... 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 ...
... was a cave that was pitch black inside and we went all the way in. It was so damp and cold and the water was freezing compared to the other caves water. When we got back to the port we went for a swim and my dad and I went for a snorkel up the river. It was so deep but there were schools of different fish everywhere. My favourite fish was the rainbow one. Then we drove to St.Agatha Catacombs and WW2 Shelters. The WW2 ...
... the impressive armoury.
I find the Grand Masters/the Knights of St John equally contradictory and intriguing: 'The Knights of St John were a unique brotherhood of resolute warrior monks. From Malta, their island stronghold, these combatant aristocrats from the noblest houses of Europe, carried out their relentless crusade against the Ottoman Turks in defence of the Catholic faith.’ Warrior monks? Ahhh?
The weaponry and armour ...