Neyland Ladies Choir tours Malta

by Jan Rodriguez
(Neyland, Pembrokeshire)


We are a Ladies Choir from a small village in West Wales.

We are touring Malta over the Easter Week and will be performing at St. Pauls Anglican Cathedral in Valetta on Easter Saturday and then participating in the Vigil.

On Tuesday 26th of April 2011, the Mayor of Malta has invited us to a reception, which we are very much looking forward to.

We have many exciting things planned over the week, not least being the ferry to Gozo where we will visit Ggantija Temples, Ta' Kola Windmill, Calypso's Cave, The Citadel and Ta’ Pinu, finishing up at Zebbug Church, where we will perform our second concert.

I know it's going to be a memorable tour for the Choir!

Having visited Malta myself last year, I know we will have a warm welcome from everyone we meet. We have been planning this for a long time and can't wait to visit your beautiful and historic island.

Jan Rodriguez, Neyland Ladies Choir.






Reply from MALTABULB:

Hello Jan and thank you so much for sharing your story about your upcoming Malta tour with us and our readers.

Sounds like you’re all really excited to be touring Malta! You will have a fantastic time I’m sure.

Plus you’ll also be visiting Gozo - Malta’s sister island. You will notice that Gozo is different than Malta. It’s so much quieter and greener. You’ll love it there.

Looks like you’ll be seeing a fair bit of Gozo too. Ggantija Temples are the oldest free standing structures in the world, so after you visit the temples, you’ll be able to say that you’ve visited the oldest temples in the world, older than the pyramids in Egypt! :)

All the best with your performances and thank you again for taking the time to write about your Malta trip.

Have a great time in Malta and Gozo!

Cheers,

Marica

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