Travel Blogs from Malta

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Friday, May 17: Three Cities and the Harbor Ride, Vittoriosa, Cospicua, and Senglea, Malta travel blog

Friday, May 17: Three Cities and the Harbor Ride

A travel blog entry by wanlessmd

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... 's Palace Museum Snack bars in Vittoriosa Waterfront walk Harbor ride in traditional gondolas Lunch at Guze Marina Restaurant at the Malta Marina Afternoon shopping at Ta’ Qali Crafts Village in Rabat Lunch: Guze Marina Restaurant;  Bruscchetta ...

Columba arrives!!, Birzebbuga, Malta travel blog

Columba arrives!!

A travel blog entry by ricki958

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Up and excitedly watching the harbour for the arrival of Columba. When it finally came in we were treated to the sight of it being nudged fully around by the tugs in order for it to reverse into its berth.  Took photos with camera & iPhone ...

Art, art everywhere!, Mdina, Malta travel blog

Art, art everywhere!

A travel blog entry by pandyana

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Took the bus to Mdina! Have to admit, the fortress was really cool. You don't see many places like that anymore. It was a network of small roadways and tall walls.You could see for miles at the highest point.      The church was in ...

Qualifying Tec Trimix 90-metre Dive, Saint Julian's, Malta travel blog

Qualifying Tec Trimix 90-metre Dive

A travel blog entry by 6th

The 80-metre dive in Ras Il-Hobz left me feeling greedy for ever greater depths. For days in a row depth would be the predominant thought on my mind. I would envision the steep coral wall and the sloping sandy bottom all too often to 'stay afloat' ...

Day 7: Gozo, Victoria, Malta travel blog

Day 7: Gozo

A travel blog entry by emily.waggoner1

... and drinks.  After lunch we met back up with the rest of the group and headed back to the ferry for our ride back to Malta.     Since it was one of the few really hot days we had experienced so far, we decided to swim in the ocean ...

Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta

A travel blog entry by scspade

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Malta, Malta, Malta travel blog

Malta

A travel blog entry by slawago4

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Hypogeum, Hagar Qin Megalithic Temple, Catacombs, Paola, Malta travel blog

Hypogeum, Hagar Qin Megalithic Temple, Catacombs

A travel blog entry by carlton

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... in Knossos on Crete that was destroyed when Santorini erupted ~3,000 BC. We also went to one of the Megalithic Temples of Malta. Seven megalithic temples are found on the islands of Malta and Gozo, each the result of an individual development. The two ...

ssx, Valletta, Malta travel blog

ssx

A travel blog entry by olympicemma

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nice flat crossing, Gozo, Malta travel blog

nice flat crossing

A travel blog entry by karenbrian

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Beautiful day so off early...wish I could capture the old people that Brian seems to attract the attention of. Just so very friendly & enjoy telling a little history. First a half hour bus ride to the north/west of the island...noting the prevalence ...

Little dot in the middle of the Mediterranean, Sliema, Malta travel blog

Little dot in the middle of the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by chinaski

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... and we're just in May... no summer already, but in Malta beach season starts in April and the weather is benevolent this time. Malta is a small island located in the middle of the Mediterranean sea; just underneath Sicily and overhead Tunisia. In fact, it ...

Capers and Olives, Mellieha, Malta travel blog

Capers and Olives

A travel blog entry by smyth

Wow...Mellieha...a mellow village we are enjoying.  The food is much like elsewhere in the Mediterranean...lots of great cheese, olives, capers and meats. The entrees such as beef with olives and pan fried rabbit are kind of bland but the bread is ...

Malta? Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta? Malta

A travel blog entry by lolman

... the north coast of Malta. When we weren't sunbathing at the pool we took a sightseeing tour around Gozo, a smaller island just above Malta. We took a tour around Valletta and saw St, John's Co-Cathedral.  Malta's been part of tons of wars throughout ...

A Day in a Time Traveller's Life, Saint Julian's, Malta travel blog

A Day in a Time Traveller's Life

A travel blog entry by 6th

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My misery had never felt as profound as it did the moment before I booked my ticket to Malta. I had nothing, and I had no one, and I was nowhere, my present – empty space devoid even of dreams and illusions. Nothing within or outside of my being ...

...Sl.Konjice...Treviso...Malta (Bugibba)...., St Paul's Bay, Malta travel blog

...Sl.Konjice...Treviso...Malta (Bugibba)....

A travel blog entry by gregorcerar

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...ponoci smo se odpravili na pot in se pocasi in varno peljali proti letaliscu Treviso...vmes smo se ustavili na kavici,kjer se je Evica tudi zbudila...naucili smo se tudi okoli prinest Ryanair glede teze potovalke,presvercali smo jim 3 kg vec kot bi ...

1782. Illegal Immigration in Malta, Marsa, Malta travel blog

1782. Illegal Immigration in Malta

A travel blog entry by nathanphil

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... walked across the island. Here in Marsa it seems most of the people are black Africans. Here I'm reminded of one of Malta's biggest dilemmas: Thousands of thousands of illegal immigrants trying to get to mainland Europe end up getting stuck here in ...

The Art of Filigree, Valletta, Malta, Malta travel blog

The Art of Filigree

A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi

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... and say that it is made in Malta.  In order to determine the origin of filigree jewellery, the government of Malta allowed artisans to engrave a rectangle around the 925 silver hallmark stamp instead of a circle.  Although silver filigree stores ...

The day before, Malta, Malta travel blog

The day before

A travel blog entry by xcountryinmalta

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Good sleeps and good breakfasts before an Officials meeting with delegates from 23 countries present.  Most of Europe has made, it along with a few countries from around the Mediterranean and of course the Kiwis and Aussies.  Nothing too ...

A visit to St. Peters Pool, Malta, Malta travel blog

A visit to St. Peters Pool

A travel blog entry by marczimmer

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... hot day to realize that there is a lot of merit to the siesta approach. Using the Frances approach for living with a heatwave in Malta we got up early and caught a bus to the fishing village of Marsaxlokk. Although it was about 45 minutes from Valletta we ...

Underway, 3728.1'N, 556.4'E, Malta travel blog

Underway

A travel blog entry by ricki958

Mum woke me around 4am with the news that we were getting underway, and we both stayed up for about half an hour as Columba ponderously drew away from the dock and headed out into the blackness of the Med.   I woke again about 7.30 and went down for ...

Comino Day, Malta, Malta travel blog

Comino Day

A travel blog entry by jmills25

... ; I am surprised no one got seasick!  But, the boat, itself, was pretty neat, along with the boat ride around the coasts of Malta and Gozo to the Comino island.  When we reached the island some of the group went on the cave boat ride and some of ...

Malta, Malta, Malta travel blog

Malta

A travel blog entry by cherylclo

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... enjoying the nice weather. The fort was built by the British in the 1870s so it is not that old compared to other places in Malta. They described life at the fort and showed how to fire the guns and 2 of the cannons, as well as cavalry training. It was ...

Valletta and the Malta Experience, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta and the Malta Experience

A travel blog entry by brianporter

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... a Knight in a fight. He escaped and was stripped of his Knighthood as a “foul and rotten member.” 2. The Malta Experience was worth seeing. A spectacular 45-minute show that chronicles Maltese history, it begins with its mystery of stone-age ...

Bilder, Saint Julian's, Malta travel blog

Bilder

A travel blog entry by sissela

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Malta tour, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta tour

A travel blog entry by euroschos

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Carol: I piked at an early morning , so Naomi picked us up for a drive to Valletta. Last night at the shopping centre it felt like we were parking in an excavation site, same here again today. Started at sea level, looking over the port to where the ...

The first impression -  a Maltese church, Sliema, Malta travel blog

The first impression - a Maltese church

A travel blog entry by lumo

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Sep 23, 2009, Japanese Garden and Coral Cave, Malta travel blog

Sep 23, 2009

A travel blog entry by seahermit

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Sep 24, 2009, Big Bear and Little Bear, Malta travel blog

Sep 24, 2009

A travel blog entry by seahermit

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Temples, Tombs, and Marsaxxlokk, Paola, Malta travel blog

Temples, Tombs, and Marsaxxlokk

A travel blog entry by misslemons

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Day three started off with a trip to Paola where we visited the Tarxien Temples, seeing the old stone buildings and carved statues all fenced in by walking ramps it was still as interesting as if walking on the stone itself. Large round rolling boulders ...

Sep 20, 2003, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Sep 20, 2003

A travel blog entry by nzag

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