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... at the hotel, so many rellies here it is frightening (in a nice way, of course!) remembering names is a bit of an issue but that's just old age, innit? Sara and Shane's wedding was great, lots of wine and music. Gatherings away from "home", and I mean everyones home, are so good, people mingle, tell stories, listen to great stories and generally just get along, happy days!
... The yellow limestone buildings and the lack of life made the city a bit lifeless and clinical for me. The absolute cleanliness of Mdina added to this 'clinical' feel.
Had a very good lunch in Rabat. Tried a Maltese favourite dish called 'bragiloi' (also known as 'beef olives') - a thin slice of beef wrapped around minced meat and braised in red wine sauce. Yum.
Last stop of the tour was in Valletta to view the Malts ...
... time we dropped. We eventually arrived in one piece in Mgarr and boarded the bus, which in typical tourist bus fashion had a little automated multilingual running commentary. This was great, since he could plug into the Russian and I could turn on the English, and barring him switching my dial to Russian (which he did with annoying regularity), things were fine.
The weather, however, did not improve, and I decided to skip seeing ...
... people and share stories over some drinks! Today, we took a walk from Sliema to St Julian's and then took the bus back home to Bugibba. This weekend has gone so quickly but it'll be good for Chris to meet his new student tomorrow and afterwards join the gym!!! Tonight we will cook a nice dinner and enough for our lunches tomorrow and get ready for a new ...
... s Palace. I later learned that an Inquisitor was someone who was entrusted with eliminating heresy. It includes the prison complex, a torture chamber and a display on Malta’s religious culture. There was a list of activities that had to be reported to the Holy Office and one was imprisoned or tortured if found guilty of these crimes. Some sins were: apostasy to Islam, owning or perusing of prohibited books, false witness and ...