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... inside them too. It was super hot throughout the day so it was back to being sweaty again. For our last stop we went to the 'Malta experience' which was a 45 minute movie presentation about the history of Malta and was actually really interesting. It also included a tour of the old hospital that was used by the St John Knights in the 16th century. And who would have thought we couldn't find any pastizzis in Malta! Also fun fact for the ...
Woke up feeling pretty good at 5:15 but made the mistake of going back to sleep ... woke again at 10:00 for a check out at 11:00 we start early w the disaster today Left hotel ~11:30 for a drive down memory lane for Msan - thru Mosta to Naxxar where we stopped off to walk around - soccer field, shop where they used to go, pastry shop that strangely sold nothing but pizza slices .... then a search for ...
It's getting closer and closer to the final goodbye now; with one port left to go the reality of being back in the real world beckons. This is the last ever weekend I’ll have without having work on the Monday upcoming, I’m going to have to go back to work soon and try to remember stuff about computers; remember, I’ve not even seen a PC since December 23rd 2014 (I use a Mac for this blog lark). The weirdest part of leaving this ship is ...
... Malta including the endless bombing/air raids they endured in WW2. This was worth the EUR 15 we paid each to get in because it gave us a deeper insight into the island's history. Just past this movie experience we went to Fort St Elmo which looked out onto the water and across to where we were staying in Sliema. The views from all over Valletta were amazing and it was easy to see how it was prime location to build a fort! From here we went to see the ...
... it meant, and she said the 7th of May was when she met her husband (they own the shop together). Awww…
The local church was closed, and the Hypogeum was totally booked out. The Hypogeum is a prehistoric underground structure and burial site with amazing acoustics. Many people have recommended it to me, so I’ll have to visit when I return to Malta one day.
We took the next available bus to Vittoriosa (after I ...
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