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... of music. Good singer. We headed back to our apartment. We need to get up early for another tour!!! Slow learners! We let the concierge know we wanted to cancel because of our experience on Tuesday. He had assured us there will be no repeat performance. I am getting more comfortable with blogging so I might just express my discontent on Trip Advisor, etc.
So, good night. I'll let you know how our ferry ride to Gozo goes.
Til tomorrow. Vicki and Dave
... lovely local wine.
After a leisurely and extremely filling lunch, we said goodbye to Joe and headed off for a swim. Lynda & Keith jumped from a height into the clear blue sea… too scary for me! I had a swim from the shallows.
We tackled the hill back and I noted the improvement in my skills driving the large 7 seater van we hired – no stalling on the hill, changing gears with ease on the slope, back at the house in no time.
A swim in ...
... on. The weather was even warmer by the cliffs and we spent the afternoon taking pictures and relaxing on the cliffs in the heat.
After a beautiful day we headed back in to Mdina and met Chris to enjoy a meal in a lovely Indian restaurant - great first day and I feel as though I'm on holiday ...
Sahara sands Last day of my Ukrainian genius. Really challenging but was interesting to do something different, and has given me a taste of teaching proficiency students, something I'll undoubtedly have to do in the future. We finished the opening of her novel about an Austrian academic, who after a near death experience, shuts herself away from the world in the universities library, endlessly trying to find a ...
... s rolling farmland, with different coloured fields coming together like a patchwork. Our next bus was to Ggantija (gigantic) the oldest free standing structure in the world. (Almost 6,000 years old!) it is amazing thing we walked in the same place as Neolithic man, and to touch stone erected way before Stonehenge and the Pyramids. The ticket also allowed us entry to the (name) windmill, showing the importance of bread in Maltese culture. ...