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... more dramatic, stunning and breathtaking as Malta. You simply have to turn around or look left or right and suddenly you're greeted with cliffs, turquoise sea, rolling fields, unspoilt farmland, flowered hills, imposing churches and sandy beaches. It is the best lift for the mind and soul, and walking for hours on end, uninterrupted is a great joy.
In local markets we see 'produced in Malta', however, I've seen about two farmers since I arrived in ...
... Williams. Today it is an open-air museum and family theme park (am I too old to go there and play?).
Val, Manica and I walked down to the jetty to feel how warm the water was. Not bad! It’s such a beautiful place, and we saw some local fishermen, scuba divers and friendly dogs.
We spotted the Red Tower from quite a distance (because of its striking colour), and I was thrilled to learn we could go inside. The amazing tower was ...
... walked by, stopped, backed up to Amanda and looked at her lap. He said "I'm just making sure the napkin is still there. I'm not sure how hungry you are." It was a lot of fun. When the meatballs arrived, the waiter made sure to tell Amanda not to worry, everything on the plates was edible. After the meal, they brought a flip cube with all the dessert options on it. You had to play with it to find the menu. Amanda ordered the Qsine surprise and I ordered the chocolate tombstone. ...
Day three started off with a trip to Paola where we visited the Tarxien Temples, seeing the old stone buildings and carved statues all fenced in by walking ramps it was still as interesting as if walking on the stone itself. Large round rolling boulders lay about in piles and in rows while a rock wall surrounded some of the area. After the tour our small group was set out to go look around Paola where Cari and I found the mall in the wall ...