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Travel Blogs from Xlendi
... and killing time until we head to the airport. First we head to Frankfurt and have a stop over for a couple of hours then it's the long flight to Singapore. Thankfully Ian and Amanda are back in Singapore so we have organised to meet them for one more dinner at Din Tai Fung! We've been looking forward to this for a couple of weeks! The next morning we'll be back on a plane and be home Thursday night! It's been an amazing trip and we're so glad we actually did it! See you all ...
... loved my stories.
-----Gary's young girlfriend, Sandra, a Serbian who never stopped smiling and being happy. Juju, a "chill" Serbian hair-dresser girl. Carl, a middle-aged Englishman who bought me a drink and told me of his fears and excitement for the new son he was about to have. Maybe I should've bought HIM a drink?
-----And Jan, a Maltese woman who gave me ten Euros for a story. I mentioned to her that I had a girlfriend in Malta. "Is she Maltese?" ...
... we arrived in Valletta, to be held up by various neon-coloured floats. I almost started laughing at the strangeness of it all, for after all, what else can you do? It turns out that the celebration was in honour of Carnival, and we were going to keep running across it all day. We started out looking at a map of the city and then wandering rather aimlessly, coming across the so-called "Cat Cafe", which was complete with cat villas. I'm not ...
... 8230;and did I mention he’s gorgeous? I set up the projector and tried to load the Imaginaruim of Dr. Parnassus (the movie he was making when he passed away) from the Internet.
I hadn’t planned very well, and am not a veteran of movie downloads, so after a few technical difficulties, we finally got it working. The film was fantastical, weird, and enjoyable. Next we put on the classic 10 Things I Hate About You; stuffing our faces with chocolate, chips ...
... then let go one hand and started swimming behind me. It was such a weird feeling. All I know how to do is dive straight down, swim up at a 45 degree angle until I reach a life jacket, put it on then swim anywhere I want… This was total unknown, and I could see little fish swimming around! It took me a few minutes to actually look sideways, I was so hyper focussed on swimming to destination wherever that was. Once I reminded ...
Other places to stay in Xlendi
Xlendi Bay, Xlendi | 4 star hotelfrom $69
St. Simon Street, Xlendi | 2 star hotelfrom $52
Xlendi Promenade, Xlendi | 3 star hotelfrom $76
- Terrific Hotel
- Dirty and Expensive
- Good Value for Money
Triq it-Torri, Xlendi | Hotelfrom $45
Gostra Street, Xlendi | 3 star hotelfrom $66