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... main island of Malta, for dinner, as we have a trip to Mosta for mid-night mass planned. We stopped looking for Fort Chambary craft beer, which is made locally. We did not find any of this beer. Although advertised on the ferry, they did not have any for sale either.
Back at the ferry landing, we stopped at the toll booth and paid the fee which was based on the vehicle and driver and a separate fee for each passenger. Boy, did he strain to see if there was anyone in the ...
... at both Barrakka Gardens, then strolling both the streets and harbour side for a few hours. This tour was designed for kids meaning Gab and I hardly saw ours all morning as they played with the other kids. We also had a few kid features in the tour, dramatic stories about the knights, and a visit to a toy museum.
After the tour we humped our second send home package off to the Post Office, I think in an attempt to clear room for ...
... in a taxi. The taxi driver was one of Gabriel’s friends called Sandro, who ran his personal car as a taxi around the island. He was really funny and enthusiastic, and seemed to be always getting calls from clients to pick them up. I organised with him to take me to the airport when I left in a couple of days. Sandro took us to Marsa, where we walked along the docks until we saw the Charlotte Louise.
I wasn’t sure what to expect, ...
... to be something other than being a fisherman or kidnapping people,’ and the pirate replies: ‘Maybe in America, Irish, maybe in America.’ It reminded me of a video they showed us when I did a World Vision workshop in 2010. I found it on YouTube, I recommend you give it a watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e51ljFoD Oyw
My life thus far has been unbelievably ...