Monthly Archives: October 2012

Possibly the most peaceful start to a morning… ever

Unlike some of our other trips, this one is all about relaxation. So it was fitting that after a long day of travel, our first full day on this trip was in the sleepy town of Qala [pronounced ah-la], on … Continue reading

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Three things we learned on the way to Malta

Getting to Malta is actually relatively easy. There’s an international airport with flights coming in regularly from London, Holland, France and, in our case, Rome, among others. As I write this, I’m sitting by the pool at our farmhouse in … Continue reading

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Why we decided to travel to Malta

“Malta?? Why Malta?” That was a pretty typical response when we told anyone we were gong to Malta. I would never have expected so much surprise and confusion about our choice of Malta as a travel destination. Pretty much anyone … Continue reading

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Chasing dolphins and turtles in Oman

It’s kind of sad that Steve and the gang (a.k.a Canada’s current governing party) can cause us trouble, even on the other side of the globe, but that’s just what happened. For the GAdventures group that we had arrived in … Continue reading

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