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... at the toll booth and paid the fee which was based on the vehicle and driver and a separate fee for each passenger. Boy, did he strain to see if there was anyone in the back seat of the car. And back in line for the boat. Driving onboard it was a short trip across the water and we were back in Cirkewwa.
Heading southeast over hill and field and several bad turns we got back to Qawra, several streets were closed so it was a challenge but we got back to the resort.
... to feed them.
Went to city of Mdina the one time capital of Malta. We learned a lot about this country. It was passed around to many countries over the centuries. It was once an Arab state, but became a Christian country. We learned of the knights of St john and St Paul and Ringo. Oops. Anyway, the impact of this country during WWII was emphasized today when we went to the Mosda church. This dome is larger than the Pantheon in Rome and has no pillars. It is ...
... the usual horse and carriage services being provided as a tourist attraction !
Blue skies and bright sunshine continued all afternoon with high humidity which had us searching for a shower and airconditioning before having dinner and taking in the evening’s entertainment – a Brit lady vocalist – Andera Dickenson – whose repertoire of musical comedy items was much better than her more formal offerings. But ...
On the 2nd full day that we had in Malta we visited the Arts & Crafts village in the afternoon. We went to the Glass House first and saw how they mould all the glasses into shape. It was really hot in there as they used a really hot oven-like machine to heat the glass so that they could mould the glass. We then went to the Silver and Gold Filigree workshops and purchased some items from there. We also watched them construct a ...
... for parties, but I’ve been forced to get creative because there are no plastic shot glasses left in Malta! I decided this time I would hull-out oranges and pour the jelly in there to set. Then I would cut them up and people could eat them like normal orange sections. The problem was that it took a very long time to scrape out all the orange pulp without piercing the skin. It was very difficult and time consuming, but worth it because the ...
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