As promised I will tell a little bit about how it is to drive when the usual coordinate system is turned on its head. In general it appears that 34% of all the Earth inhabitants drive with the left-hand traffic rules. I thought that was just the lucky ones Great Britain, Japan and Australia but it turned out to be the whole of India, the entire lower piece of Africa, most of the islands of Southeast Asia and Oceania and even a couple of countries in the South Americas. Well and Malta.
You can’t name this place in any other way — this is really a real necropolis, a city of the dead, one of the most formidable that I ever met. The unprecedented area of the cemetery is filled with bronze and marble angels and saints guarding the peace of the sleepers.
After a few days on the island when an acute shortage of greenery and forests in particular starts to appear you realize that Malta in fact is a huge exposed cobblestone in the sea.
Sometimes you enter some place, some exhibition or the gallery or you start to watch a movie and from the very beginning you are already sure that it’s going to be really rocking. So with the Museum of Torture in the ancient catacombs of Mdina it was the same feeling.
While walking through the mazes of smooth Mdina I managed to get on the end of the wedding ceremony.