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Travel Blogs from Sliema
... floors and a rooftop which will be great in Summer! Nicole and I climbed onto the rooftop’s rooftop and lay there to look at the stars.
It was a devastating moment when I realised we had to run back. I set myself goals…’just to the next lamp post’…I arrived home out of breath and sweaty, and was instantly exuberant when Ippy dished up some dinner for me. Mustard and mushroom sauce with vegetarian sausage, veges and ...
... module is process writing, an area which, like most teachers, don't pay much attention to. The general view is the other skills take more precedence, reading develops vocabulary, listening gives examples of real world conversations, and speaking helps students interact outside the class. Writing seems to be time consuming and can only be done individually, and students can view it as boring and a waste of course time.
However the workshop helped me understand ...
... St. Julians and Sliema - there were many photo opportunities! The journey took about an hour and a half including all the stops and once in Valletta we took a lift from the waterfront up into the city centre. Before we boarded the next bus we had a few boring tasks to do (including setting up Malta phones!), then we had lunch in a beautiful street cafe before heading to the next tour which took us down to the south of the ...
... as well as the foundaitons of neighboring homes.
After Rabat, I boarded a bus back to Sliema to shop in the area west of our hotel. I spent some time in a decent sized shopping mall as well as a few freestanding stores. I tried to pick out things that were distinctly different from our style in the U.S., and was able to find a few unique pieces that I've never seen back home.
While I was out shopping, the wind ...
... of more than 300 people awaiting early evening mass. It did not explode. Its replica is now on display inside the rotunda. We could see where the bomb entered through the dome.
We were home by 5:00 for swimming, resting, internet.
Dinner was back at the Pizza overlooking the sea. Good pizzas.
Blue Lagoon photo op
Temple ruins of Hagar Qim and Mnajdra with museum