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... the first to inhabit Malta, but over the centuries they have been governed by the Phoenicians, the Arabs, the Spanish, the Normans, the French and even the English. In fact Malta was part of the Commonwealth up until 1964. Malta was also awarded the George Cross by King George VI in 1942, for the country's bravery in WW11.
In November this year, Malta will host CHOGM where representatives of 53 countries will meet to discuss all manner of ...
... the afternoon with Rose and Marlene and then started packing.
In the evening I caught up with an old friend for the last time. Then walked along the sea front before going home. I had a coffee and cake at a cafe on the front and then got a temporary tattoo just for the heck of it.
I just want to soak this moment and take the memories with me. Tonight was a lovely way to end my stay on this beautiful ...
... or Shuffleboard; I certainly haven’t played Bridge or any actual card games (apart from Sh*thead), I’ve never gone to Art class, or Ballroom dancing, and there’s one place I’ve certainly never stepped in to, the Gym! I made a conscious decision back in December that I’d ever come back from this voyage "Fat, or Fit" I’ll let you figure out which one I chose.
I do have one bugbear on the run up to the end, the people ...
After a loooong flight (3 flights to be precise, travelling for around 30 hours), we finally arrived in Malta. We were both exhausted but as it was only 2pm when we got our room, so we headed straight out to have a wander and try and stay awake. We didn't make it very long before our eyes were hanging out of our heads and we headed up to the room. Cue falling asleep by 5pm and that was our first day done and dusted. Today we decided to check out the capital ...
... and went a long way for two people on a 50cc Scooter on highways and coastal roads. We went mostly North and got to see lots including the popular Mellieha, the Red Tower, a great view over the peninsula and Gozo and Popeyes village (the set for the old film). Then we stopped at a (very busy) sandy beach near Golden Bay for a much needed swim! After feeling a little cooler we jumped on the scooter and headed back home. Thus the end of our adventurous first week in ...