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... here today, with ours being the smallest.
Across from us, I noticed a North Sea offshore oil drilling rig undergoing dry dock repairs.
I’ve never seen one up close, and this one was especially interesting because the legs under these platforms are rarely seen.
We passed a set of churches, one Catholic and the other Anglican. They were the setting of a silly spat between the local leaders of the two religions ...
... a little to "Disney-Like". The winery was Meredina, that had 19 hectors under vine...on the sight of a WWII British military airfield. The bus tour dropped us at the ship, and after having a local beer harbor side, we watched the ship prepare to depart. All hands were to be on board by 4:30pm sharp, or be left behind. As expected most of those on board watched over the railings for the drama to unfold as ...
A bit of a lazy morning after breakfast we milled around the hotel and our room. We decided to catch the 11:45 hopon hopoff bus tour. The bus stop was just down the road opposite McDonalds and the berth where "fernandez 2" was moored. We wondered down to the bus stop in blazing sunshine, it seamed even hotter today than on previous days. On the way we were accosted by ticket touts trying to sell us tickets or trying to find out if you were travelling with their tours. Whilst a ...
... easy to float. Louis tells us that this is because the Mediterranean is saltier than the oceans. There is a large religious statue on the beach right next to the lifeguard's tower. This looks a bit odd, but when I think about it some more it does seem appropriate.
We drive on to the village of Marsalforn, where we have dinner at a restaurant right next to the water. A boy catches a fish right in front of us. I think that fish must be ...
... font-weight: normal;">There are a high proportion of fast food outlets strewn about the place for the tourists.
The first day in Malta was dominated by rain clouds and we received about 18mm of rain, which is apparently very unusual and disrupted traffic! Thankfully by 2:30pm, it had cleared enough for me to go for a walk along the foreshore. The northern side of the harbour is dominated by restaurants, stores and shops and so I checked out ...