Travel Blogs from Malta

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Harbour Cruise, Sliema, Malta travel blog

Harbour Cruise

A travel blog entry by weixiao


... for 8 euros. Most people were getting it for free with their hop on and off tourist bus tickets. The cruise was stunning. Malta really is breathtakingly beautiful! The tunnels used during the war that Grandad told us about were pointed out. So he wasn't ...

Lovely Luzzus, Marsaxlokk, Malta travel blog

Lovely Luzzus

A travel blog entry by weixiao


... our baby! Sad thing was, she was right!! We finished our adventures back in Valletta with some souvenir shopping.  Our last day, we waved goodbye to all of Isaac's friends and caught the X1 direct to the airport. Bye bye Malta. Bye bye sun ...

Feb 26, 2014, Vittoriosa, Malta travel blog

Feb 26, 2014

A travel blog entry by sallyb42


MAKE YOUR MONEY IN TINY COUNTRIES, Ghajn Tuffieha, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus


... about Malta!: 1. FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL 2. GHAJN TUFFIEHA BEACH 3. ARCHITECTURE / STUNNING CHURCHES 4. BIRGU - -----A part of Malta's "Three Cities" neighborhood, this walled town began on a hilltop.  Its straight, buttermilk architecture descended ...

Bad i Bugibba, St Paul's Bay, Malta travel blog

Bad i Bugibba

A travel blog entry by smurparna


Idag bestämde vi oss för att besöka stranden. Väl där så blev det långa bad och måååånga försök att surfa in på vågorna som slutade i en tvärnit på stranden, vi var som ...

Kylmää ja sadetta, Saint Julian's, Malta travel blog

Kylmää ja sadetta

A travel blog entry by jussih


Täksi päiväksi oli luvattu tuulta ja sitä riittikin. Koko päivän oli punainen lippu, joten mereen ei saanut mennä uimaan.  Aamiaisen jälkeen mentiin naapurihotellin altaalle, joka on vähän suojaisammassa paikassa. Tässä on siis kaksi ...

Birthday Week, Malta, Malta travel blog

Birthday Week

A travel blog entry by manda2010


... day in Valletta.  After walking around the long streets admiring the colourful gallerias, Bel, Danny and Osbert went to watch The Malta Experience to get a good understand of the history of Malta, while I stayed outside walking my niece around in the ...

Just another weekday post..., Lija, Malta travel blog

Just another weekday post...

A travel blog entry by jkosmides


... vs proper football, still a fun experience). My address at the university residence is: Justin Deignan-Kosmides Unit 107F University Residence Robert Mifsud Street Lija, Malta My cellphone is(and its free to receive calls): (356)998.596.43 ...

mmmm fish!, Malta, Malta travel blog

mmmm fish!

A travel blog entry by awiebler


The day began visiting the Tarxian Temple and the hypogeum. These were very interesting and I loved the little city they were in! This was the first time I felt like we were in a non-tourist park of the country. The locals were all out in the square ...

Malta, Malta, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by bmtravel

Docked early morning in Valletta & reluctantly disembarked Checked into our hotel then jumped onto the open-top bus which headed through the historic part of the city & then south into the countryside. Didn't intend to get off but the gorgeous ...

Carnevale!, La Valletta, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by karlamato


... bus terminal, con i caratteristici autobus gialli e rossi. Sono le due passate……dobbiamo tornare in albergo e stavolta Malta ci sorprende per la sua organizzazione: i bus stazionano in altro spazio più distante ma il servizio di collegamento ...

last day malta, Victoria, Malta travel blog

last day malta

A travel blog entry by odyseus


daytrip to gozo.through st pauls bay and mellieha.boat to gozo.sailed by comino.victoria gozo and citadela.beautifull.walking in the narrow streets.lunch at a traditional restaurant local food.return to valletta.flight home ...

A glimpse of Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

A glimpse of Malta

A travel blog entry by jolotravelling


Another business trip that introduced a new place, though somewhat in a haste Mediviel Malta, with its beautiful capital Valetta, almost entirely built in limestone, looking old and charming under the strong sun. Its former capital, Mdina, well preserved ...

Free Day, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Free Day

A travel blog entry by misslemons


On our free day Cari and I first stopped for breakfast at the Donut Factory next door to our hotel then spent nearly an hour on the phone with the credit card company trying to get money for myself. Once finally getting the pin ready we then took ...

Xlendi & more, Ghasri, Malta travel blog

Xlendi & more

A travel blog entry by angela.stringer


Today we headed to Xlendi Bay! On the way we staopped to visit Ron Xeureb's Auntie Margaret… Liz Xeureb had sent me on a mission to visit & deliver some family photos, with the ulterior motive of bringing back the lovely Auntie Margaret! I ...

Malta and Gozo, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta and Gozo

A travel blog entry by ajollybengali

Malta ...

Malta Week 3, Malta, Malta travel blog

Malta Week 3

A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson

We had quite a quiet week in between our two overseas weekends, but we continued to enjoy our evening walks along the waterfront, laughing at the locals crazy fireworks and watching the soccer semi finals. We went to the Mc Donald's fan zone in St ...

Day 5: Gozo, Somewhere in, Malta travel blog

Day 5: Gozo

A travel blog entry by ashleyrussell

It was nice to experience a different kind of transportation - a ferry! to Gozo! A different island and country. Although when we arrived, it was time to get back on that bus. We went to some more temple ruins, followed by a windmill museum - which was ...

Overdue Arrival, Sliema, Malta travel blog

Overdue Arrival

A travel blog entry by megan2158

It was a long journey. As most anyone can guess, flight delays robbed us of a day in Malta. We arrived at the seaside hotel just after midnight. Although exhausted & weary we managed to find a local spot to have a much needed alcoholic beverage. Our ...

Names and Letters, Sliema, Malta travel blog

Names and Letters

A travel blog entry by dee.klausman.73


Hypogeum--pronounced as it is spelled. Tarxien--Pronounced tar-scheem. (Both are temples believed to be from 3500 to 2400 BC and are pretty amazing and very old!) Xs are ch, g is g, gg with dots on top is a j sound. It's confusing. It's the only Arabic ...

Last Day in Malta., Sliema, Malta travel blog

Last Day in Malta.

A travel blog entry by dee.klausman.73


The march across has Malta ended. After a late breakfast we went to Valletta on the number 12 bus. A buggy ride and an exhibit of antique jewelry made a great day. We ended with tea at the Phoenicia Hotel. We also experienced a dust storm blowing in from ...

Checking out the Hotel and dinner in Malta, St. Julians, Malta travel blog

Checking out the Hotel and dinner in Malta

A travel blog entry by erik.p


Got to the hotel, Corinthia San Gorg Hotel, and checked in. It's a fancy hotel, with a really nice breakfast. Spent the afternoon in the spa. Had dinner in a nice restaurant in down town St. Julians. Had a beer and watched the party goers on one of ...

More of Malta, Malta, Malta travel blog

More of Malta

A travel blog entry by brentandglenda


... . Arabs occupied the area in 1000AD, built massive defensive walls around it, and called it Mdina, meaning fortified place. It became Malta's capital city until it was replaced by Valletta in the 16th century. After a guided tour through the city's narrow ...

Valletta from several perspectives, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta from several perspectives

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle


... preserved: they are relics of the British occupation of Malta and a salute is fired every day at 4pm by members of the Malta Heritage Society dressed in British Artillery uniforms. Unfortunately we didn’t have time to wait for that, so after a ...

Mdina - the Silent City, Mdina, Malta travel blog

Mdina - the Silent City

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle


... examples of 7 different types of tomb, eg. a rectangular recess, a table grave like a stone box and a window grave, unique to Malta. Some of the larger “rooms” were also used as shelters during WW2 for up to 400 people. It was a ...

Ancient Valletta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Ancient Valletta

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle


... the island - more of this later.  Showers were falling while we walked to Fort St Elmo’s bastions to see the Malta Experience, a multi-media presentation recommended by my guide book, but then the sun came out so we enjoyed a coffee on the ...

Last day in Gozo, Ghasri, Malta travel blog

Last day in Gozo

A travel blog entry by angela.stringer


Today Lynda and Keith decided it was time to get fit! They left the house at about 6.30am on a walk to Ramla Bay. It was a fair old hike, down to the coast and then along. They got lost only once, apparently they followed a sign (which on Gozo always ...

Valletta....nothing short of an open-air museum!, La Valette, Malta travel blog

Valletta....nothing short of an open-air museum!

A travel blog entry by gparadis2004


... government. We pulled into the dock and were awe-struck.  From the ship we had a stunning snapshot of Malta’s Grand Harbour, often described as the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. We admired the bastion walls, the dense clusters of ...

Fireworks, Malta, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by manda2010


I felt this night needed a blog on it's own.  You have not experienced fireworks till you have been in Malta.  We arrived in the town of Hallija at about 10pm and the fireworks were going off.  As my uncle was trying to find a car park Mel ...

Holidays malta, Marfa, Malta travel blog

Holidays malta

A travel blog entry by tupac

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