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... opposite sex, then her fake beauty was bad.
Q: Whatever happened to the Chinese traveler? Whatever happened to Hong Min!?
A: I assumed the worst: His health condition grew worse after I left him in a Tulgit guesthouse. He got bullied around by the Surma Region's police and beggars. He realized that traveling in Africa was full of unimaginable obstacles. And he flew home to China.
-----But, I was wrong.
-----In truth, he succeeded in traveling ...
... and restaurant really lovely.
Sean can now add Malta to his list of having his hair cut at overseas barbers. Bargain at 8€ cheapest remains the clipper set we bought in Tallinn which cut Sean's and Cameron's hair for 5€ but expert Barber Bryony!!
Just had a simple dinner, chicken breast and salad, and Sean went for a Maltese pizza, tried a local speciality first, bean dip, and homemade water crackers, very ...
... as it’s light here until about 8pm at the moment. We wandered down the hill, through the narrow one lane streets, through a couple of towns, down a VERY STEEP and rocky rugged road, wondering where on earth we were and not knowing where we were going. Promising ourselves to get a better map than the ‘mud map’ we were following. The ‘map readers’ in the back seat kept me amused – "Can you read this?" “No, can you?” “No. I ...
... or interesting.
Having experienced this tour and finding it too rushed, I would not do organised tours again in Malta. The hop-on / hop-off bus goes all over the island (Malts) and Gozo (3 different routes), leaving every half hour and is only 17 euros per route per day. Armed with my trusty Lonely Planet Guide, I could have spent longer in the areas I was particularly interested in and then caught the next bus. I have a tour of ...
... we came across a beautiful garden, with waterfalls, statues and a small bridge over a little pond - was magnificent and a great find!! We enjoyed a little snack and watched the world go by - perfect.
After a few hours relaxing and taking in the Gozo air, we walked back to the centre and waited for our favourite restaurant to open up at 7pm. Once the clock hit seven we walked about 100 ...