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After 23 days of traveling, we finally had a day off to rest our weary feet and rejuvenate.
However, it was a wild ride...lightning, thunder, rolling seas and winds 60 to 80 miles per hour. It wasn't till after midnight that things started to settle down. We did have a wonderful dinner at the French bistro restaurant on board the ...
... Paul took him off the floor and put him on our table and he just sits there. We tried to give him a drink but no go. He has been here since last night. Paul got an email from Terry Sprague...the birdie is a Nubian Nightjar and by the time we arrive in Rome, he will be a long way from ...
... young Whitney Houston and Shania Twain's snazzy leopardskin getup - coat, dress, suitcase and all - I'm convinced there had to be a mass airborne distribution of LSD or something.
After Valetta, we found some great shopping places in Sliema and I was introduced to European chic. Definitely interesting. The dust storm as we got out of the shopping mall was so spectacular that Nicole and I both grabbed at our camera to capture the African ...
... to be spending a good long time in the water. When I climbed out I had goosebumps and numb fingertips, but it was totally worth it. The ride back to Sliema wasn't nearly as fun, though, since everyone was slightly damp and it was 2 euros for a cup of tea. Yes, I still had the tea. And no, I hadn't watched the Mentalist at the time - I just like tea. Now I like it even more since I've developed a mild addiction to the show. :)
... every bus stop and it got quite full. We went to a restaurant and we had to wait, we went to the beach and it was super full, we went to Paceville and we couldn't even dance, it was completely packed. I don't think I like Malta in Summer, i will come back when the season ends..