I am not a poetry buff, but I do like to dip into the genre from time to time, if something happens to catch my interest.
This week, I came across a book which I have listed for sale, but couldn’t resist having a glance at, as it is somewhere I visited a few years ago, the island of Malta.
We were only there for a long weekend, to celebrate an anniversary, but had a fantastic time, despite or should that be inspite of, the atrocious standards of rental vehicles, road conditions and Maltese driving.
The weather in April, was fantastic, the coastal scenery astounding, the local people open and friendly and the food of superb quality.
Walking inside the walled City of Mdina and exploring the beauty of St. Paul’s Cathedral, was a fascinating experience, as were the panoramic views across the island from the rooftop cafe, where we relaxed with a cooling drink, after our long climb.
We visited at a time, when the last vestiges of British Garrisons on the island, were being dismantled and the cleared areas redeveloped. Read more