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Liz Mahoney Jul 22
Early morning ferry to Malta this morning, beautiful sunrise
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Quello che resta Jul 16
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Gozo Holidays Aug 21
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PrioryPKC Aug 15
Here is the statue of Our Lady finally re-entering the Cathedral at
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Kacie Morgan Sep 16
10 Picture-Perfect Places to Visit in , & :
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Alison Bahmüller Jun 29
Walking around the streets of Rabat! You got to love !
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Augustinas Tumenas, MD Jul 15
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Sabby Aug 15
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Crafting and Gaming Zone Sep 4
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TheArkiTalk May 20
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PrioryPKC Aug 15
My final tweet regarding the week long festival of Our Lady in I hope you have enjoyed the tweets normal service resumes tomorrow God Bless you all
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garypjbyrne Aug 5
When you take your grandson for his first time swim with you ! ❤️ lil fan 😂 the smile melts me !
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Tenishia Jul 30
Can’t wait to return to the legendary cliffside club of La Grotta in the island of on the 10th of August
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Ruth Owen Aug 17
Enjoying my new wheelchair
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Sheila Voas Aug 22
I’m at airport heading home after fab 2 weeks in so its timely to remind those on holiday or returning that pork + pork products can carry - harmless to people but devastating for pig populations, so PLEASE don’t bring meat products into U.K.
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Fabrizia Cassar Aug 25
Two of my favourite things my sister and sunset 🌅 🙏🏻
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David Priddis Sep 12
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Neil Spiteri Jul 27
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Gozo Holidays Sep 14
Although a tad tricky to peel because of its spines, the prickly pear is a nutritious snack that grows abundantly on the island of . Ripened by the island’s summer sun, this fruit is usually available on the market from late August onwards. Do give this fruit a try 🤤
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Mark West Jul 17
Here they make salt by filling the basins with salt water and letting the sun do the rest. Goes all the way back to Roman times.
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