Traditional Maltese Farmhouse
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... relative height of their church steeples.
The Anglicans started it by building a steeple higher than the nearby Catholic church.
A few years later, the Catholics scraped together funds and raised their steeple so it is now a few feet higher than the competition.
Opposite the churches is an island with just one big deserted building.
It had served as a hospital exclusively for patients with ...
... approached 4:30. (Reminded me watching NASCAR, its no the race its the crashes!! ) Everyone was expecting to see that poor soul come running as the ship departed.... In today's case, a very elderly couple were 45 minutes late...they had luck on their side as one of the tour buses arrived late, holding the departure. However, the gangplank WAS JUST retracted and this older couple arrived (they must have ...
... they were all well mannered. Arriving at the bus stop we were confused as to which bus we were to get on. The hopon hopoff bus arrived, it was full, there was no way we were getting on, armageddon then ensued. To start with the bus driver was giving a mouthful to a number of the touts, a woman in particular, but to be fair I think he regretted messing with her. A tatty mini bus pulled alongside the hopon and hopoff bus and we were told by the woman to get on. No one asked us ...
... The water is so clear and calm. Surely they can see someone standing there with a fishing rod, and hooks and bait, trying to catch them.
It's then back to the ferry and back to Malta. Gozo is not at all what I had expected. I think that maybe Issy's family and relatives are jealous of the Gozitans. I'm sure this observation will get me into more trouble. Maybe there will be less trouble when we get to Morocco. I don't think we've got any connections ...
... centre at the tip of the harbour entrance. Man, are there some expensive apartments around here!
I was pleasantly surprised to find Cadbury Crunchie, Milky Bars and Boost bars here and it is quite convenient still being about to pay with Euros. Because of the water situation, you end up buying a lot of bottled water though. The local beer is called Cisk (Ch-isk) Lager, but I haven’t tried it yet.
One of the perks of being on ...