A miracle, a fishing village, and fireworks April 29th 2005 After the long day in Sicily, I decided to have a relaxing day--I slept a bit longer than usual, went for breakfast at an outdoor cafe, and wandered the streets of Valletta for a bit.
There were two massive cruise ships in the harbour yesterday, and Valletta was crazy with people. When I'd had enough, I took the bus to Mosta, to see the Mosta Dome. The dome has the third largest diameter in Eur ... read more
Europe » Malta » Malta Great Britain formally acquired possession of Malta in 1814. The island staunchly supported the UK through both World Wars and remained in the Commonwealth when it became independent in 1964. A decade later Malta became a republic. Since about the mi... ... read more
All my life, I've wanted to be a storyteller. My experiences as an exchange student in New Zealand started me on a path to learn how to tell the stories left behind in the rocks. After six years working as a geophysicist, I returned to university to get a Masters degree in Geology. Those studies have dominated my life, and my travels, for the last couple of years.
The adventure continues, on the other side of the continent. I've moved to central New York State to do a PhD in geology. New areas to explore and new rocks to discover!
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