Qawra Palace Hotel
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Gozo is an island of the Maltese archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. The island is part of the Southern European country of Malta; after the island of Malta itself, it is the second-largest island in the archipelago. Compared to its southeastern neighbour, Gozo is more rural and known for its scenic hills, which are featured on its coat of arms. The island has a population of around 37,000 people (all of Malta combined has 402,000), and its inhabitants are known as Gozitans It ...
... an Anzac poppy she had brought from NZ to honour NZ servicemen and in particular her grandfather Charlie who had told her that he served in Malta in the Royal Navy and that there was a war memorial that commemorated the serviceman and the Siege of Malta. A fellow passenger said that Malta took a pounding from prolonged German bombardment. Charlie had been awarded the Maltese Cross for serving there. He died a couple of months ago. We had no idea where the ...
... I remember dad telling them. Dad tells it was hard times, with WII happening but he always speaks with love about his family. Love the story about Aunty Phyllis giving him money to wash the floors but dad wouldn't do the front step in case anyone saw him. Love it, I have now stood on that step which is right on the street! Went and stood out front of the Football (soccer) Club that dad and Uncle Tony played for as kids. This has all been all very emotional in ...
... cat lived here.
-----This great camping spot of mine was proof that, although big money allowed you to buy better things than little money, no money got you the best things of all!
-----I wasn't sure if Gandhi or J.F.K. would've supported this philosophy of mine. But, I was pretty sure Dima the Russian would.
peace and humanism,
"If everyone demanded peace instead of another television set, then there'd be peace." - John Lennon
... and north toward the ferry port. I walked west toward the red tower, an ancient castle built by the nights. From here I could see Comino and Gozo. It was so clear I could pick out the churches and citadel of Central Gozo. From there it was a 2.5 km walk to the most Western point of the ridge (facing Spain).
I stopped half way for some water and crackers, and sat overlooking Golden Bay to the south. After I followed some stairs down that seemed lead nowhere. It was a ...