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... cheese sandwich when we met them. Coffee for us and then a swim.
Ramla Bay was much less 'big tourist industry’ than the other beaches we had been to. It still had umbrella & sunchair salesmen, but you could chose your space on the beach and put up the umbrella yourself. Lynda & Keith had already chosen a beach space & left their bags there, on a SANDY spot… unusual to see sand here and not rock. By the time ...
... amp; refreshing swim in the Mediterranean again. Lynda & Keith braved the high dive/jump again while I swam and looked at some underwater life & watched the divers looking deeper.
A quiet lunch by the water again…
We dropped Lynda back at the house for a break while we headed off to look at the Ggantija megalithic temple, older than Stonehenge! We did get slightly lost along the way without Lynda’s great sense ...
... at Ta Pinu, not far from Ghasri. It was a magnificent structure, but closed when we arrived… Sunday Siesta. We had a look outside and I was disappointed that the track to the lifesize marble statues of the stations of the cross all the way up the hill was closed. Never mind, it was probably too hot at 29deg to walk up there anyway.
WE looked at houses and old buildings… even found a house along the way with a 'Glenroy' name & a ...
... were of course closed for the holiday! So… we called one of the other contacts 'Mr Lino’ who said he’d sort it, but it may not be until after the public holiday or maybe Monday. We were not in any great rush.
As we have since learned, Lino is a man of action – within 10 mins, we had someone at the door to look a t the machine and the Lino the owner arrived to check the progress! He is a lovely man, who started his rental business with two farmhouses ...
... a picture in the photo gallery of the Charlotte Louise when she was the face of Malta Tourism. Wasn’t she beautiful?)
Back at the Nyx we napped for a couple of hours (my batteries were almost 100% drained) and talked about the Charlotte Louise. Gabriel showed me some sketches of how he wants to restore her. I headed home for a shower and some more sleep. That evening we met up again for some cake in Gzira and drinks with friends at Good ...