Club Riza Aparthotel
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... very hot, i'd challenge them to a match in Consett in November any day of the week. Anyway I plod onto the hotel and sit round the pool for what seems like days but is only a couple of hours, too hot, too windy, too long in one place, even the magic juice is not helping so I wander off for a mooch about listening to metal on the iPod until the football comes on. We all head off to bar in the hope that Burnley vs Sunderland will be shown across the world, why ...
... the Grand Harbour the Taxi driver was the second person to day to tell us that Birgu was the marina where Abramovich had his super cruiser (what’s the correct term?) pulled up recently. A spectacular Marina packed with impressive ways to blow a fortune, so we stopped for lunch by the water and a few of the local beers - Cisk.
Loads of exploring today and now buggered, ready for a hard earned sea day tomorrow, our last day of the cruise :( ...
... homewares section on level 2. Parking in Victoria seems a bit random, but on the windscreen everyone has a dial thingy that you set to the time you arrive in a park and this allows you an hour to park. Apparently there are wardens who patrol, although we never saw any. Seemed like a pretty good way of monitoring time without charging for meters. We did the shopping and sent it to the car while Lynda and I went up to the top level in search of cheap beach/pool towels for the week. ...
... they never need one! Dilemma…
I went out to meet Egil, Eivind, Lars and his English boss Andy at A Hole in the Wall pub when they finished work. We had hilarious conversations, and Andy teased Lars about his beard, while Lars teased Andy about being attracted to short, fat, red-headed women (still trying to work out if he was serious or not…).
Egil went running, and Lars and I had a deep and meaningful discussion at the ...
... to keep produce, animals and for camping). Apparently there’s a 1950's movie called Malta Story about the war, so I’ll have to watch that too.
Anyway, back to my day…From the memorial I could see a staircase cut into the rock. It seemed to disappear into the Lower Barrakka Gardens, so I went there and tried to find where it came out, but couldn’t find them! It shall now be known as ‘the mystery of the vanishing steps.’ ...