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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Conference facilities
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... with gin and then wipe it up again. His tipple throughout the trip was slush puppy topped with a treble vodka. How on earth he stayed on his feet was beyond us. On our outward journey we started to enjoy the free bar and food. Pat thought it would be fun to experience jetboat trip to see some "inspirational" caves. Apparently Jacque Custo explored them as described them as wonderful. It took nearly three hour to reach our destination, the "blue lagoon" which was stunning and did what ...
... sure tonight was the first party night; I think it might really have started a few nights ago. Louis tells me that each village has an annual feast, and nearly all of them are in the warmer months. I suspect there must be more than twenty villages in Malta, so you could probably party every night for about six months if you really wanted to, and were prepared to move around a bit. I start to feel exhausted even thinking about this, and Louis and Lilly soon drop us back at the ...
... the confidence of a man who has been to Malta half a dozen times and knows where he is going until he says"Oh, this is all new" and we're driving around taking random exits of roundabouts in the dark. Fortunately I have my trusty iPhone and not ****** works Windows phone so TomTom to the rescue, and we're soon heading in the right direction and will probably see the second half. We get to the hotel and check in, up to the room and then dawdle about ...
... also has amazingly clear water. After the caves he took us for another spin, turning sharp corners and making me fear for my life a little bit but we made it back to the blue lagoon in one piece. By now we were definitely ready for a swim. Since the boat was anchored we were able to just jump off the side. The water was so refreshing and clear! So nice! The top deck of the boat had loungers so we could get back on and sunbathe, way better ...
... a magically spot, an old walled city with hilly, narrow streets full of charm and LOTS of history. The rest of the island needs more exploring by us but that'll have to wait until we return, but a must when ye get here is the open top bus - probably the only place where a bus trip can seem like a roller coaster ride!
This could be our new stop off en-route to Ireland me thinks.....speaking of which....off we ...