Bella Vista Farmhouses
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... hill and field and several bad turns we got back to Qawra, several streets were closed so it was a challenge but we got back to the resort.
We ate dinner at a small retaurant/café, Kathy ate a chicken cordon bleu and I had a Greek salad with a half roasted chicken. Not too much meat on that chicken, but I don’t know where the chicken came from, because we haven’t seen any chickens on the island.
We got cleaned up and dressed for mass, and our bus ...
... travelers who said: "The more I travel the world, the more I realize we people are all pretty much the same." If I believed that, I would've saved myself a lot of trouble and just stayed home.
-----I believed we were born the same. After that, we were influenced by our cultures, by our cultures' religious beliefs, by the intrusion of other cultures, by inspiring people, by our natural environments, etc.
-----I'd observed that some cultures raised people to ...
... about organising tours! Lucky for them the office was closed when we got back so we couldn't. They will be receiving a stern email though! It's a shame because the tour itself was cool but all the waiting ruined it and wasted so much of our time. We had planned to go into Valletta for another look around then go to a festa but by then we didn't really have time to do both so we had to skip Valletta and go straight to the festa. We had an idea where the festa was but ...
... that basically sold everything! We were only expecting fresh seafood but we found so much more. The fishing boats a very simple but very colourful and some are so small they look like they would sink if two people got in! There are a lot of restaurants lining the street of the markets so we enjoyed a seafood lunch of whitebait, calamari and prawns (which were surprisingly very small!). On the way back we stopped off in Valletta, the capital city, and being a ...
... is quite renowned.
Sadly, the Charlotte Louise had been sitting underwater in the Marsa Harbour for the past 7 years, sunk under decidedly dodgy circumstances. Gabriel had purchased her from the Malta Transport department with the intention of restoring her to former glory, for the enjoyment of locals and visitors. Many people were very interested in the project, and it gathered particular interest among boat owners and folk who enjoyed her heyday. I imagine a ...