Malta the return Home

Day 8

An almost leisurely breakfast and a ride in a minibus back to the Airport.

A dedicated Ryanair check in to Stansted. (Great)

Quickly through security and time for a coffee while we wait to for the Gate needed to be announced.

2014-10-08 08.58.40 - Copy 2014-10-08 09.48.01 2014-10-08 09.05.27

Gate number called and it’s a short walk to passport control and on to the gate. Ryanair now take over and expect us to stand for over 3/4 hr in a queue even though the plane has not come in yet. Gate opens and we file out to another 1/4 hr wait for the bus. Hand in the cases again and we are off.

And back to England and the rain….

Malta 2014 Part 4

Are these life rafts?

Day 5

This was a free day for our group.

It was fine as we went to church. (Malta’s Full Gospel Praise Centre)

At the end of the service the heavens opened with a full thunder-storm. Carol & I opted to go to Mellieha bay again with the hope of better weather, but it was not to be…

We sat inside the beach bar that we had sat outside on day 4 and watched the lightning through the door. They brought in the pillows from the sun beds and as you see from the picture they look a bit like life rafts.

We spent 1/2 hr waiting for the bus to take us back to the Hotel where we dried off and had a great meal again. The rain kept away for the rest of our stay until we got off the plane in England.

British Comics

Comics from the UK

AnnaCPage's Blog

Family history, Education, Girlguiding and Music

Life at Her Brightest

by Anna Trestain

Thoughts of a Leicester Socialist

Critical commentary on news in Leicester and beyond

Hinckley Helpers

People Helping People

Depression Comix

a comic about mental health by Clay Jonathan

Jesus Without Baggage

For those attracted to Jesus but not to the baggage often attached to his message.

John Branyan

the funny thing about the truth


Mental health blog by a service user with bipolar disorder. Winner of the Mark Hanson Award for Digital Media at the Mind Media Awards


Daily Thoughts and Meditations as we journey together with our Lord.

the marriage life

Exploring the commitment of a real, life-long journey.


Because we’re all recovering from something.