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So there is a restaurant just outside the Radisson complex near the bus stop. It is called Apple's Eye. There is a fabulous view of the Mediterranean and our hotel. We were told the food was outstanding and locals frequent it. I have been coveting Rabbit stew all week. So tonight was the night. I should remind you this is the biker bar we went to Sunday morning! We finished our dinner just after eight. The place was filling up quickly. I guess ...
... the harbour we r thinking of hiring -the maltese falcon -88 mtrs long accommodation for 12 n only €360,000 a week. Free meals n drinks.
Today we headed off to the Hypogeum which is again circa 5000 bc old set of burial chambers over 3 levels. Huge n they dug it out with deer antlers n flint tools. Still in disbelief.
We were very fortunate to get tickets as they only ...
... yet in such a big car on such tiny roads… and the car wasn’t an easy one to handle. She did fine, we went to the shop & grabbed some bread & salad for lunch.
Another swim and a couple of hours of rest was in order then before we headed out to dinner.
Dinner was a fantastic event! We went to ‘Ta Frenc ‘ the restaurant on the road from Victoria to Marsalforn, owned by Lino our farmhouse owner. ...
In 2012 we headed to Malta to have a short break over Easter. This would be Emma's first experience of a Mediterranean island! In that respect, it wasn’t quite what I was imagining. Malta is a rocky outcrop of an island that whilst very warm also gets a lot of sea breeze so never felt overwhelmingly hot. There aren’t copious numbers of sandy beaches as a lot of the shore line is made up of rocks!
... two types of good pasta that Ippy and I had prepared. The cake and biscuits went down a treat too!
One of the topics of conversation was Valentine’s Day. Everyone agreed we should celebrate together somehow, and we eventually came up with the idea of a S.A.D (Singles Awareness Day) Party. It’ll be good fun planning that one!
Debbie and I spoke in my room until the wee hours of the morning. Ah, the perks of not having to go to ...