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... this in a photograph you really need to see it. Had a late lunch of pasta and bread and then walked down the hill to the War Museum which had been recommended on my HoHo bus tour yesterday. However it is closed for renovations and had to walk back up the hill, wasted journey. Wearing my Gucci's for the first time since arriving as I was not prepared to scuff them walking over rough ground as I had been doing the past 2 days. Today however was marble all the ...
... in 1680. The statue is paraded through the streets of Valletta on the feast day of St Paul's Shipwreck, February 10 generally under heavy rainfall. One can also view the treasured relic of the right wrist-bone of St Paul, and part of the column on which the saint was beheaded in Rome. We also visited St Johns Co Cathedral which was built by the Knights of Malta between 1573 and 1578, having been commissioned in 1572 by Grand Master Jean de la Cassière ...
... The following day, while on the bus, we found that we were a few short meters from the town centre when we decided to stop and turn back! Day 2 The next day we caught the bus down to the southern part of the island to Marsaxlokk, a fishing village (ask mark how to pronounce it, he says it so we'll!). The main bus stops have a man there selling tickets and telling you which bus you need. He often yells out 'Madam this is your bus' when it's nearing the stop! The village ...
... through Mdina and the surrounding town of Rabat. It reminded us very much of a mixture of places in Turkey, Italy and Morocco.
Lamp lit by night and referred to as the Silent City, we had a beautiful day visiting here. Well beyond all the religious stuff, it it just a magical place with a timeless atmosphere. ...
... when you grow up’, become a translator!
I enjoy the people and the atmosphere at TGB, but I don’t really need the money and am confused by when I am working/not working. I also feel like I haven’t had a proper introduction into where everything is located, and how much things cost. At the moment I’m finding the work arrangement a bit confusing! ...