I hope you're not bored with my holiday photos already, there are still some things that I want to show you! I've been busy with some sewing projects and more, so it won't be too long until I can take photos of my work. Bear with me for a little moment more.
Gozo was a whole another world to me. The nature inspired me in so many ways, and walking made me feel so much better, like it always does. I don't know why it's so difficult to go for a walk here at home. (Maybe because it's raining almost every day...) I should put my new boots in good use and walk a little more.Oh, all the Finnish readers who liked my boots can get themselves a pair from Anttila. Now let's get back to the tiny Mediterranean island and some little things that caught my eye...
The most fascinating flowers growing from the burn-beaten land. There were very little trees on the island. We saw some trees far away while walking, but a bus drive past the "trees" proved us wrong as they were gigantic flowers as tall as a two-story building.
Wild bees in a bush that looked otherwise dead but for the worm looking pink things.
Wild figs were growing here and there. Didn't get to eat any.
There were lizards of all colors and sizes Everywhere. This tiny one is on top of the Citadel wall, ready to take a look at the whole island.
When we arrived to Malta I said to DH that I was going to take a lot of photos of stairs and doors. Well, that didn't happen. Some stairs yes, but no doors even though they were just gorgeous. The streets were too narrow and the traffic was crazy. Taking photos of doors could have gotten me killed.
This probably once was a greenhouse. Looks pretty abandoned now. It's across the street from a wild disco we never went to. Not like we had any intention of going for that matter. Oh the boring young people we are.
It was next to impossible to take photos without cars. I loved the colors of this house and the beautiful red flowers. The photo was taken from the street next to Rundle Gardens, near the bus station of Victoria. It was nice to sit down for a while, away from the traffic and sunshine.
Now, wish me luck with my kind-of-a-job-interview and my date with Mr. Cohen. That would be Leonard, and he's in Helsinki tomorrow night. I'm sure he doesn't mind if I bring my husband too.