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Travel Blogs from St. Paul's Bay
... swam back to the boat. It was late afternoon and the current was a bit choppy but I did swim in the Mediterranean Sea. Once back on board the boat we chilled out watching the masses of people boarding other ferries by the shop. It was just one gigantic stream of people. A guy in a speed boat with his two chihuahua came alongside the boat offering rides back to town with getting people back in 20 minutes instead of long time of boat. He kept saying going now. Then he disappeared with ...
... Siege where the Knights of St John defeated the massive Turkish fleet.
... they became more of a military force and vowed to protect the Catholic faith from attack from the Ottomans. They first went to Rhodes but when the Turks took Rhodes they were given the island of Malta and they turned it into a fortress. I They chose Valletta as their new capital and built a church and what a church it is. Flash photography is not allowed and I assumed little would turn out so took very few photographs. As it turned out they were ok but you really ...
... is provided at Villa Arrigo at Naxxar, assorted finger sandwiches, cakes and freshly brewed coffee and tea.
After our excursion we set off on foot to experience the township of Valletta. Catching the Barrakka lift up to the Barrakka gardens you then head into town. Enjoying a bite to eat and of course a drink or two, Mum and I go to visit St John's Cathedral. Build by the knights 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 ...