Monthly Archives: June 2012

Father’s day walk

Every journey has its surprises. This Father’s day was unique in many ways. Spending time at the community centre at San Gjwann, meeting participants of the Yoga workshops, a hypnotherapy session and some community discussions on road-rage and stress made … Continue reading

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Memories and memorabilia-Walks in Malta

                   “Really I must buy a pencil”                         Virginia Woolf, in Street Haunting-A London Adventure   Searching for excuses to take … Continue reading

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Walks and readings in Malta

The writer Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) who portrayed Buenos Aires in a dream like manner and was associated with that city as much as Kafka was associated with Prague, was enormously learned and seemed to draw inspiration more from books … Continue reading

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Re-negotiating contracts

What will happen to the old contracts when the workers return? This question has been coming up in our “Everyday History Society” in different ways. Some companies have promised to pay double salary to the workers who stayed behind and … Continue reading

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