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... lady know the name of the cafe in BA when I remember it)We ate a ........? a Maltese cheese pie of course!
It was delicious.A lovely lady told us some of the history of the cafe which has been handed down in the Cordina family and the beautiful paintings on the ceiling. The paintings, painted by a famous painter, Cali, who usually only paints in churches. In the cafe he painted the ceiling, gold leaf and all and represented those ...
... to visit different sights and to stay as long as I wanted at each place.
According to the tour guide, the Ggantija Temples predate the pyramids of Egypt by 1000 years and are older than Stonehenge. According to Lonely Planet they date from 3600 BC. I don't know if the tour guide's and Lonely Planet's dating are a match. The Ggantija Temples are the largest megalithic temples found on the Maltese Islands. At one time they were thought to have been ...
... of really great winning streaks. The final round was the decider, as both teams were tying, but unfortunately we lost.
After the game we threw balls with the German Shepherd in the park. There was a big building nearby with music booming from inside. Nicole and I were curious, so we walked around to the front gate and asked the security guard what was going on. He said they were having a rehearsal for the Malta Music Awards (MMAs) that night. We asked if we could go ...
... me, and I studied the myriad of restaurants, faces and trendy shops as I passed them.
Since I am staying in Malta for a month or two, I thought I should invest in a couple of items of clothing so I’m not always in my daggy (but sensible) Kathmandu clothes. I stopped in many shops along the strand, but didn’t find anything I really liked. I was almost ready to thrown my hands in the air ...
After making our way across the sole of "the boot", we were looking forward to hopping over to the hidden gem of Malta which really was quite a mystery to us both. But the more we looked into this lesser-known country, the more our anticipation grew for out visit. The landscape is characterized by sandstone cliffs that tower above the perfectly clean and clear blue waters, where modern cultural influence meets tradition and where sandstone farmhouses and lengthy rock walls ...