Sliema Marina Hotel
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Armed with my pre-booked ticket I took the 11.00am tour of the Hypogeum. Due to the strictly controlled microclimate, the maximum number of visitors per tour is limited to 10 and no photos are allowed. This subterranean necropolis with it's halls, chambers and passages hewn out of the rock on 3 levels and dating from around 4000 BC, is like stepping into a mysterious and silent world. The Hypogeum covers some 500 square metres and it is thought ...
... as a ‘pet’, because their beak can break iron (which had been partly proven by the scars on Gabriel’s fingers), but I feel like they are very loyal and cuddly with the people they love.
We walked to Good Thaimes so I could meet up with Debbie again. Everyone was pleased to see me because they thought I’d left the island straight after my farewell. I gave Damien a list of my favourite places in Australia (he’s going to visit in a few months). ...
... cyclists. No bus trip is without it's dramas. It's to be expected. Today's involved an alarm going off, a long wait and being ordered off the bus. Of course moments later we were back on the bus and there was no alarm. The knock on effect was a 'spritely jog' across Valetta bus terminus to make our connection. The South is a stark contrast to the beachy, bustling North, the historical and cultural centre and densely populated ...
We woke up early so I could open my presents before work. Thank you everyone for all your great gifts and messages! I took some cake in (tradition here) and everybody wished me a happy birthday, I even got a little figurine from a Russia grandmother. It has been the best and certainly the hottest birthday I've ...
... how despite this being a touristy area, the prices here are about the same as anywhere else and folks don't seem to be out to rip off the tourists.
I decide to call it a night, just chill out at the hostel, chatting with a German guy who has some great stories about traveling around the US and being lost in a bad neighborhood and ending up staying the night with a semi-crazy ex-convict.
Ah... don't remind me... that's the country I'm going back to next ...