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... that people could be happy living under any tolerable weather conditions. But, it was essential to have access to nature.
-----Good food was important. A strong emphasis on leisure activities. A community that extended beyond one's family. Buildings that were artistic and/or in harmony with nature. A stress-free and environmentally friendly means of transportation.
-----Freedom. Safety. Freedom in love. Harmonious gender relations.
-----Dignity in ...
... others and I think this must've been a very small one because there wasn't much else. There was another band but all they played was Abba! Was so random! By now it was after 9 and we hadn't eaten so we did the dirty and stopped into maccas for dinner. We were able to get wifi to start planning our days in Berlin and ask friends for suggestions about what we should do. After dinner we went to the bus stop and it was packed! We waited for a bit but no bus came. We have to be ...
... to his spiel about the area for a while.
We stopped for a brief visit at the Citadel in Victoria, I didn’t take many photos and we were hot and bothered! Much of the Citadel was being renovated. We had a look at the underground silos which were interesting and I found a lace shop and spoke with a lady who made it and bought a piece.
Once back in Ghasri, I took Mary for a driving lesson… she hadn’t been game ...
... on the bottom. Alfredo pointed out the interesting rock formations and the fungus that made a pink colour near the edge of the water. It was a truly magical!
After our lovely little cruise, we stopped at a little café overlooking the water for lunch. Lynda and Keith had yummy meals… mine was a little odd… the Scampi I ordered was Scampi Nuggets! Tasty, but odd.
While we were away, Bill & Mary went to Valetta ...
... Archbishop's side by side!
Valletta will be European Capital of Culture in 2018, so there's a lot of restoration work going on across the island...
Even though the island is small we are spending a great deal of time on the buses. It takes about an hour to get from Mellieha to Valletta but it has been a great way to see everything and meet, local people.