Sliema Marina Hotel
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... Pretti depicts the shipwreck of St. Paul. Unfortunately we could only see the waves at the bottom because the surrounding area was being restored and the painting was scaffolded over!! Such is life and there were plenty of other astounding artworks, sculptures and statues to see......and we bought the book The town itself was a network of narrow lane ways overlooked by beautiful balconied homes, each with a colourfully painted doorway with individually ...
... to original buildings so a lot of present buildings are ones rebuilt after. When we return to Malta we can visit more leisurely and follow the walks around here and along the coast.We made a quick decision to continue in a bus to the south of the Island, (no.201), to see the Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples. (Called temples, but little is known about them). These sites were built around 5000 years ago and built from limestone. Some pieces ...
... that I left last night’s party early, because I had big plans for today!
A few hours later I ate breakfast on the roof whilst the others played Trivial Pursuit and enthusiastically elaborated on their tales from the party and Paceville.
Around 10.30am Chrissy picked me up and we drove to Hamrun to pick up Lars and Nicole. In the car we excitedly chatted about the paintball game we were about to play. We arrived in Ta' Qali early, so we had a look ...
... In the late afternoon I sat outside in the sunshine writing blogs and a 'please hire me’ letter to Maltese media production companies.
Ippy and Rami were painting the ceiling in one of the rooms. It looks really beautiful, like a sun in a cloudy sky. Ippy even painted a blue dot on my nose!
That evening Nicole and Lars picked me up for an evening out. We went to Wagamama’s for dinner, where I indulged in ...
... the day. We didn’t see much, but I think I was still jetlag at that point and my brain still didn’t process that I was in Malta yet… What I do remember, were the beautifully brightly painted fishing boats, the "luzzu". And the water was gentle and peaceful…
Since Jérôme rented a car for the weekend, we also went to the Blue Grotto. There were no boats operating tours to the seven grottos today, however the view was ...