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... through the crazy traffic, less crazy than Rome but crazy nonetheless! We headed on towards and past Valetta the capital, past the San Anton Gardens and decided to stop for ½ an hour at Ta’Qali Craft Village.
This was an interesting little place with all the craft shops set up in the former World War II military aerodrome using the old Nissen huts. We wandered around, in and out of shops watching the silversmiths creating the ...
... the Gozo marathon tonight with Pheebs, be great to put all that walking and running into practice!
Weather wise the afternoons and hot and the sun is intense, but the evenings are windy and dull and a storm is on its way. Hopefully getting it all out of its system before the warmer spring.
As well as finding new material, I'm finishing my workshop ...
My room is so dark, even when it's brilliant sunshine outside. I never want to get up!
I wrote a stern email to the Canadian embassy, whose website hasn’t let me access my application for over a month. Soon my application will expire and I’ll have to start all over again. It’s very frustrating that their system is down, and hopefully I’ll eventually be able to get my visa.
I walked into Sliema to meet ...
... away when he drives a smart car…until the Italian neighbours got involved. They always have a solution for everything and managed to open the door with Jérôme’s Canadian social insurance card!
The Lefeuvre-Le Pan family started by taking me to Gnejna Bay. This is one of the only sandy beaches on the island, most of them being rocky. It was nice, I was still a bit jetlag and tired so just relaxed by the sea and was absolutely amazed ...
... heavily bombed, and was used to harass Axis fishing lanes.
One of the reasons I would have liked at least an additional day would have been to do a second hop on, hop off, bus tour covering portions of the islands I did not see. What I did see, though, was really cool. The architecture is all white and yellow limestone quarried from the islands, so it has a pretty uniform color scheme, and cities from a ...