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DAY 27 & 28 – April 8 & 9, 2015
The history associated with this place is self-evident as you sail into Valletta harbor .. one of the largest deep water harbors in the world.
The fortifications and battlements are everywhere and the glow eminating from them at sunset is 'stunning'.
More of the history becomes evident as you walk through the narrow streets of the old city ....... and then modern wealth ...
Boarding an old Arrive bus, not a bendy one though, they were short-lived here and have made their way to the bus graveyard, we made our way down to Sliema and then Valletta. I'd describe Sliema as the cosmopolitian side of Malta. Think new apartment complexes, a large shopping mall and general chain stores (M&S!). Here is also the main tourist ferry and bus departure zone. After struggling in the heat and Chris using his diplomatic skills to bargain a 1 1/2 hour trip ...
... in competition with other local villages!) and associated parties to mark the feast.
On arrival in Marsaxlokk I immediately noticed the brightly coloured fishing boats that were scattered in the bay. Each had its own individual character and yet there was a commonality as though it were customary to be decorated in such a way. Eyes were painted on the fronts of many of the boats - the reason being ...
... will be filled with happiness that we both had such an incredible, life changing nine months. I can't wait to visit again one day, and I know that we will both always have fond memories of this beautiful Mediterranean island.
Early flight tomorrow and back to the UK. Malta - thank you for everything.
... Jon were on my team.
The battle field was awesome. A gutted out aeroplane lay in the middle of the grounds, with barrels, crates and forts lined around both ends and sides.
I was so so so tired from three previous late nights (and maybe a wee bit hung over), so I wasn’t really into the first two rounds, and didn’t really fancy being hit by high speed paint filled pellets. After a while though, the adrenalin kicked in, and Lars and I teamed up for ...
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