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... we didn’t have enough time to do that. However, it was very breathtaking. The water in Malta is the prettiest we have seen so far. There is a very tiny island that was visible from the Blue Grotto area – apparently it was used for target practice in the past.
Much of Malta was bombed in the war, like most places we have been. There is a big war museum, and you can also go to the "war room," which is 40 feet underground, and where much of the Mediterranean warfare ...
... Most of the cave complex seemed to be natural, but some of the stone had certainly been chiselled away.
We set off on foot towards Malta’s only woodland – the Buskett Gardens. On the way we followed a cat into The Sculptor’s Lodge. The lodge garden was full of large sculptures which reminded me of Al Phemister and Stephen Deronne’s work. I think it was probably private property, but we had a look around anyway!
The Buskett ...
... and looked magical. We took a taxi to Ghasri. The farmhouse was incredible. The photos speak for themselves. We loved the gigantic medieval key provided. We took a bus into the capital Victoria and ate outside in independence square under the World War Two ...
... streets lit by hundreds of little candles. People proudly opened their front doors, their windows and smiled as tourists took pictures of their decorated homes.
I tried to find the Auberge of Germany and although it was clearly indicated on my map and asked locals, no one seemed to know where it was. It’s like if it just vanished! I decided to look for it during broad daylight the next morning.
I was hungry, so decided ...
... that we watched the finale of our favourite tv series Breaking Bad. Saturday we will catch up on a few things, sunbathe and plan next week. Sunday we will finally go to Blue Grotto and then up to Birgu to catch the last day of the three day festival. ...