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Travel Blogs from Qawra
My parents received the traditional Maltese prickly pear liqueur that I sent them, so they did shots via Skype for me! It was hilarious.
I paraded down the Strand towards Sliema feeling really happy. The sun was out, the boats were bobbing up and down on the sea, and I couldn't stop beaming.
I met Lars and his work friends at the delicious Bavarian sausage stall, and tried the herb and chilli sausages. During lunch I was complaining to Lars about not being ...
... Most of the cave complex seemed to be natural, but some of the stone had certainly been chiselled away.
We set off on foot towards Malta’s only woodland – the Buskett Gardens. On the way we followed a cat into The Sculptor’s Lodge. The lodge garden was full of large sculptures which reminded me of Al Phemister and Stephen Deronne’s work. I think it was probably private property, but we had a look around anyway!
The Buskett ...
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Publishing is giving the completed work an audience. It would be pointless to write without an intended audience, and frustrating to finish a piece of work and not have it read (We wouldn't be writing the blog if we weren't publishing it online for friends and family to read, similarly J.K Rowling wouldn't spend years writing the ...
It was a bit hard to wake up after yesterday night, because we went with the girls: Luci, Albi and Shari :) to Pacaville to have a cocktail and it was really nice in the end. Anyway Noddy and Chris took us home by car, so we got back not too late.
I started the work with a Bay Street PR. It was about an italian menswear shop opening, called Primo Emporio. We were in the shop last week to meet the manager, and the shop is ...
... enough to come across a boat painter. He told me that as being fishermen ran in other peoples families, boat painting ran in his. He had learned from his dad and his son also painted boats for a living. I never thought that boat painting would be a profession but I guess along the sea it is something that is needed, especially at Marsaxxlokk.
Kristi and I decided to spend the rest of the evening exploring Malta!
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