Floriana - The Triton Fountain live cam
View of the fountain with entrance to Valletta and the Parliament in the back

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    • 3 days ago
    • Derek05

    Good news trish, hope hubby gets "there" , wherever "there " is, and wherever it really is, we are all hoping to get there, aren't we?

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    • 4 days ago
    • trish

    Derek05, its improving. I have a hubby who has had lots of health problems, but hes getting there … (strange expression, isn't it? I wonder where hes "getting") he he

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    • 4 days ago
    • Derek05

    trish ,whatever age you are Dear, it matters not, what does matter is that you are enjoying life...….and I hope you are x

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    • 5 days ago
    • trish

    Michael Reece...long standing joke about the sea. it does come right up, just not very often as I recall. and Derek05, you should know not to mention a lady`s age! naughty naughty!! im not 186 years old. I just feel it now and again. ha ha. (seriously, I AM bit younger than that.)

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    • 7 days ago
    • GAC

    Rainy Monday morning, important history as a new Prime Minister is arriving. GAC

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    • 7 days ago
    • Derek05

    Cor trish, you must be at least 186 years old to remember all those things !! we used to let our very young teenage children drive on the Southport sands early on Sunday mornings, no-one around.
    Michael, good to hear from you, and enjoy Malta in September, where are you thinking of staying? We have done Malta a few times, love it.

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    • 1 week ago
    • michael reece

    I have lived in Southport all my life and the Sea does come right up to the Sea wall.
    Our next visit to Malta will be Sept 2020.

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    • 1 week ago
    • trish

    Derek05...ha ha ha! you gotta watch out for those Scousers! I lived in Scouse land for 13 or so years. it was ok. at least the sea came right into Liverpool, and wasn't afraid of the beaches up there. on a more serious note, I remember the small planes taking off and landing on the beach at Southport. back when you could take the car on the sand. you would get a little man running towards you, yelling the plane was just landing. my dad had to move the car for it to land. I also watched (when I was young!) Red Rum being trained on the beach. my dad went to see a man about a car years ago. in a stable behind a used car showroom was a certain horse I once fed a sugar cube to. It was great

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    • 1 week ago
    • Derek05

    Trish, you been on the Sherry again???? The only thing lurking in Southport are Scoucers and love them all !!!

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    • 1 week ago
    • trish

    hi Derek05, small world indeed. I know, the mystery of the sea at Southport... it is real, I have a photo! taken in the mid 70`s. it was there, lurking in the background....somewhere! ha ha

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    • 1 week ago
    • Derek05

    Hi trish, small world eh? Southport Sea Shy ???? I NEVER knew there was a sea anywhere near Southport !
    G/morning Jon, good to hear from you, enjoy your day.

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    • 1 week ago
    • Jon

    Hi Derek05; I remember Garstang from visiting my Aunt and Uncle who lived there - maybe 40 years age now.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • trish

    hi Derek05, yes, I know of Garstang. if ive been it would have been (just a few) years ago. I spoke to my aunty just before Christmas. she said I wouldn't recognise Southport now. do we know if the sea comes in at Southport these days, or is it still a bit shy? ha ha

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Derek05

    trish, Garstang, a lovely place to live.We were in Southport at the weekend, the actual town centre is prospering, but the famous Lord Street is suffering a little, with many shops closing down, a real shame.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Peter

    Big wheel being removed

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • trish

    hi Derek05, I was brought up in Southport, so may of heard of your little village. I hope its not too cold up there for you.