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... too cold though, so I didn't even attempt it. Not that I had the time. I patted a nice little dog who looked like Charlie.
I am looking forward to finishing my lessons and having a nice cocktail or something tonight. I am feeling very tired (a result of getting up early and studying Chinese at around 6am - although I am proud I was able to read the Chinese sign I saw today, and it was in characters).
We have landed in Toronto! And no matter where we travel, we are always happy to be home!
As we continue on purchases quest to hit 100 Countries before we die, we are still certain that Canada is among the best...and while new experiences can be exhilarating, nothing matches the feeling of the comfort of home.
... of the people in its pages. He even showed me a crazy cat lady, who I’m pretty sure I’ve seen before because there were 20 cats on her balcony at the time! Tony remembers when the American servicemen lived on the island. They would give the kids chewing gum and cigarettes. Tony said he would be paid to do other kid’s school work while they took the Americans to visit the ‘nice girls’ on Strait Street.
Strait Street was full ...
... an ice cream and picked up some souvenirs. Next, we jumped back onto the bus for an hour and took in the rest of Gozo from the top deck of the sightseeing bus, was spectacular. Onto the ferry, and then a short wait for the bus in Malta. We had a busy day but it was lovely, and amazing how smoothly the whole day went and we got to see everything. Back at the flat, Chris had had another good day, but was glad tomorrow's ...
... most people on the planet are stupid and it’s no use to reason with them, but what bothered me about them is that everyone in Malta speaks English. I once pretended I was Maltese and told an English-speaking group, if you’re not happy, don’t come on vacation to my country. Stay in your country next year. They immediately shut up and were embarrassed. At least French is not understood by many Maltese and their insults are not geared directly ...