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... and we visited the interior of the church. Very attractive with lots of ornamentation. Not as much gold and silver as St. John’s in Valletta.
We saw a aqueduct and we driving toward that direction. A little about distances. This island is less than 12 kilometers at its widest and so from a high poin one can see from one coast to the other. We missed the aqueduct, you can see a human made structure is not usually easy to get to due to the road system,
... br> So, we loved what we saw and heard. However, the process sucks. Sorry, but that is mild to how we felt as we got herded around. We were driven to the ferry, given a ticket and sent on our way. We arrived at the ferry terminal 1/2 hour before departure. I'm not sure of the capacity of the boat but I'm sure there were 10000 people trying to board! Just before the gates opened people rushed to the entry. I kept my feet ...
... submarine which had been torpedoed and sunk during the war.
After this, we decided that being on a boat was far cooler (quite literally!) than being on land so we boarded the 5 minute shuttle ferry between Sliema and Valetta. Valletta, although a capital city, is actually more like a town when compared to British cities (or a village when compared to Chinese ones!). Like much of Malta, exploring Valletta meant walking up (and then down again) small, narrow streets ...
... we crossed the moat and ended up in Rabat to do the catacombs and war tunnels. The catacombs were all interconnected, underground Roman cemeteries which were in use up to the 4th century AD!! It was actually incredibly eery, the catacombs were like one big creepy maze. In some you could see the imprints of the skulls. They were small and narrow we had to ...
... around making funny gestures to the camera. He couldn't seem to get his ears to equalise below 5 metres, so Eddie and I went all the way down to the deck of the ship (8 metres).
The wreck has been there since 1991. Apparently the Captain made enemies with some powerful people, and they put a bomb on the door, which blew up when he stepped inside. I’m glad I didn’t know that someone died on board before I dived there!!
Back on the jetty we took ...
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