Travel Blogs from Malta

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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 ...

Our adventures in Malta, Sliema, Malta travel blog

Our adventures in Malta

A travel blog entry by pokie


... 's team came 6th with very strong competition from China. The girls can now relax and enjoy the rest of their time in Malta. Valetta was the next destination on our agenda and we roamed the historical city centre on foot as only local business cars are ...

Malta, Malta, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by cherylclo


... 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 ...

Boottocht naar Valletta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Boottocht naar Valletta

A travel blog entry by jemeenthet


Nou klinkt boottocht wel erg overdreven voor die 5 minuutjes die de oversteek duurt, maar het gaf wel een fantastisch uitzicht op de stad(smuren). Na een dag lekker relaxen aan het zwembad zijn we uiteindelijk wat gaan eten in Valetta. Aangezien we de ...

Scrabble scores, Sliema, Malta travel blog

Scrabble scores

A travel blog entry by margaret-peter


... spoon to award to Peter so instead, he got a plastic fork.  Margaret received a bag of local savoury snacks.  Isabel got the big prize which was a Double Decker bar, brought from one of our  selection boxes all the way to Malta. ...

Valletta and the Malta Experience, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta and the Malta Experience

A travel blog entry by brianporter


... 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 ...

Last Day, excursion to Gozo, Il-Munxar, Malta travel blog

Last Day, excursion to Gozo

A travel blog entry by davidcanham


... we arrived in Victoria we followed the guide up some steep marble slippery steps to a theatre. We watched a film called 360 degrees of Malta, which not only gave us rest bite from the heat but also gave us an excellent narrative and views of the Maltese ...

Jun 14, 2012, Malta, Malta travel blog

Jun 14, 2012

A travel blog entry by batiz


1st day begin, San Ġiljan, Málta travel blog

1st day begin

A travel blog entry by kriszat


"Ember" aki egy asszony volt hamarosan meg is érkezett. Melita egy nagyon kedves hölgy, a férje is vele jött és már lelkiismeret furdalásom volt, amiért csak az ő segítségükkel tudtam piciny (72 ...

Malta tour, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta tour

A travel blog entry by euroschos


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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Victoria, Ir-Rabat Għawdex, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by jemeenthet


Als laatste stop van het bezoek aan Gozo staat Victoria op de planning, de hoofdstad van Gozo. Na een film, oh nee lunch, dan toch maar film bezoeken we de Citadel. De oude vesting die vroeger veiligheid bood ten tijde van aanvallen van buitenaf. Na een ...

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

Sep 23, 2009

A travel blog entry by seahermit


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

Sep 24, 2009

A travel blog entry by seahermit


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

Temples, Tombs, and Marsaxxlokk

A travel blog entry by misslemons


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


Malta, day two, Malta, Malta travel blog

Malta, day two

A travel blog entry by mavis.meyer


This day was considerably less packed then the day before.  I took a walking tour of one of the so-called "three cities," Vittoriosa.  It was a sleepy residential area with many old houses.  I even got to go inside a home in the middle of ...

Party every day!, Saint Julian's, Malta travel blog

Party every day!

A travel blog entry by squidwilk


... ; most restaurants serve local wines and the national beer "cisk" (pronounced chisk) 3 Service:  service is exceptional in Malta 2 Price:   €10-30 for a plate of food Description/Other:  we ate at many restaurants ...

Sometimes paradise is a little hard to find, Paradise Bay, Malta travel blog

Sometimes paradise is a little hard to find

A travel blog entry by squidwilk


Excursion:    Paradise Bay Beach - 2.5 Paradise bay and its beach is a very beautiful place. The rocky, dry landscape surrounding the sandy beach adds to the remoteness and beauty of the area.  But if you don't have a ...

Malta Part 2, Malta, Malta travel blog

Malta Part 2

A travel blog entry by lukemaggers

... to swim. This was a lot fun. Jumping off rocks and swimming in the cool clear water. Ghar Lapsi is probably my favourite spot in Malta. I went back there with my cousins and we took snorkels to see the fish swimming below. The rest of the time I was there ...

Sliema, Sliema, Málta travel blog


A travel blog entry by kriszat


Délután Sliema város kikötőjének és a környékének megnézése volt az úticél. Nos, az emlékeimben nem ez a kép volt. Jó a fejlődés, de én a régi ...

Grand Harbour & Mdina, Mdina, Malta travel blog

Grand Harbour & Mdina

A travel blog entry by stumblebum


... the northern tour route that took us to Mdina. This fortified town on a hill, offered us amazing views over most of Malta. The stone paved streets wound around the small town offering shade from the blazing sun. The doorways were all similar with ...

Sunday, Sept 4, 2005, Malta, Malta travel blog

Sunday, Sept 4, 2005

A travel blog entry by ladybird


Flight and Arrival We started in Duesseldorf early Sunday morning (6.45 am) and landed on Malta Airport 2,5 hours later. We had a pleasant flight and enjoyed a view on glaciers when we crossed the Alpes. We were welcomed by Peter, a member of the ...

first day malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

first day malta

A travel blog entry by odyseus


my first day in malta.took the bus from the airport,arrived through valletta in st julians to the foot visited all of valletta,seafront and narrow streets.had dinner in a traditional cellar with a bottle of maltese vine ...

Carnaval Carnaval Carnaval 2008, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Carnaval Carnaval Carnaval 2008

A travel blog entry by jkosmides


... Which i took plenty of, seemed like the entire island was there for this one event. I loved every minute... we got lunch, got malta beers, watched the parade, stayed for hours and danced till like 9, finally caught a bus back and now am writing late. They ...

back t valetta, Valetta, Malta travel blog

back t valetta

A travel blog entry by g-c

Back to Valetta in the AM then t a show in the ...

A wonderful Sunday off, Sliema, Malta travel blog

A wonderful Sunday off

A travel blog entry by matt_nien


... were part of one of these Maltese traditions but next time we’ll take earplugs! After a loooong wait for the bus ('Sunday Malta-time’ according to a local) we headed back home and decided to stretch out our day off by going out for dinner to ...

Rabat & Mdina Tour, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Rabat & Mdina Tour

A travel blog entry by geoffbro


... -colored rock. For centuries the island was the possession of the knightly Order of St. John - the Knights Hospitaller. Valletta, Malta's current capital, was planned by the Order's Grandmaster Jean de la Valette to secure the island's eastern coast from ...

Mdina, Mdina, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

59 in in "old town." This was the HQ of the island's religious boss but after the siege Valletta was built and took over. Huge walls, very old and pleasant "old town" to walk around and good views back to Valletta and across the ...

Back on Malta, Melliha, Malta travel blog

Back on Malta

A travel blog entry by evamaria85

Back on the smaller ...

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