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    Default Hal Ferh...Malta


    Been wanting to get in this place ever since I saw it years ago. These are just a few pictures I took















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    I liked that some tasty graff, Nicely done, Thanks
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    I must admit I was well impressed with the graffiti, not your usual tag stuff.

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    Hi off to Malta next week and thinking of heading here, would you say it's safe enough for me to go alone ? not explored anything abroad before, also how did you get there ? it's about 3 km from where I'm staying with no car is it doable as i'm assuming no buses go there. TIA

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