Travel Blogs from Malta

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A Cruise to Comino, Għajnsielem, Malta travel blog

A Cruise to Comino

A travel blog entry by stumblebum


We had reserved Monday for our boat tour around the island with a visit to the small island of Comino. We were collected from the hotel by a shuttle bus and conveyed to Sliema, where we unexpectedly boarded Fernandez 2, a wooden gullet cruiser rather ...

Blå bad!, Għajnsielem, Malta travel blog

Blå bad!

A travel blog entry by smurparna


... På kvällen blev det dags för middag i Bugibba och då det var sista kvällen för oss på Malta så ställdes Daniel inför ett dilemma. Han hade ju tänkt att äta någonting typiskt maltesiskt. ...

Malta, day five, Mgarr, Malta travel blog

Malta, day five

A travel blog entry by mavis.meyer


... temple I would see, and it was also the oldest.  After that the bus took me to the Ta' Kola Windmill Museum.  Malta has several old windmill sites, but this was the only one I got to see.  It was interesting because they had it staged how ...

Wonderful people I left behind, Malta, Malta travel blog

Wonderful people I left behind

A travel blog entry by jane.bezzina


It is always great to catch up with loved ones even if it is but for a brief moment. One knows how special those friends are when you can pick up where you have left off years ago. I am thankful that I have all these precious people who in some way or ...

Bottegin Palazzo Xara, Rabat, Malta travel blog

Bottegin Palazzo Xara

A travel blog entry by julie.v


... lot. There was also a beautiful overlook where the Governor of Malta was buried back in the 1930's. We are currently in a part of Malta called Rabat. I very much enjoy this town. It is so colorful and each doorway is unique. Like Valletta, there are many ...

Marsaxlokk, Marsaxlokk, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by karlamato


Per arrivare a Marsaxlokk, inserito in una baia a sud-est dell'isola, grazie al nostro autobus facciamo un bel giro panoramico. Marsaxlokk è un piccolo villaggio di pescatori caratteristico per la grande quantità di "luzzu", le caratteristiche barche ...

malta, Malta, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by alymar

relaxing!!!super food..nice people..great ...

Rabat, Rabat, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


A few minutes on foot from Mdina, this was all about the catacombs...with nothing to see in them. ...

1784. Maltese vs. Moroccan Arabic, Birkirkara, Malta travel blog

1784. Maltese vs. Moroccan Arabic

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


... end. So ask a couple older fellows for direction. The fellow is friendly, and speaks good English (as does almost everybody in Malta) though with a heavy accent. I'm tickled at how he peppers it with Arabic expressions like "eywa!" as he repeats for me ...

Exploring the island of Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Exploring the island of Malta

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard

... doing. We were already too late to do it today so we booked a tour for Gozo for tomorrow which meant we had today to look around Malta (the main island). Because we only had one day here and we wanted to see lots of things we decided to do the hop on hop ...

Day trip to Gozo, the smaller island of Malta, Victoria, Malta travel blog

Day trip to Gozo, the smaller island of Malta

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard

... we were able to just get into bed and catch as many Z's as possible before our 5am wake up call tomorrow! So excited for Berlin! Malta is beautiful but I am ready to be off island time and back in a place where things happen when they say they are going ...

IANTD 'Normoxic Diver' Qualifying Dive, Marsascala, Malta travel blog

IANTD 'Normoxic Diver' Qualifying Dive

A travel blog entry by 6th

So, I've just finished another IANTD tech course called Normoxic Diver. The name sounds like this of some funky psychiatric disorder, doesn’t it? It probably is, too, as I personally find diving, especially technical, quite addictive. Anyway, ...

On the road again, Sliema, Malta travel blog

On the road again

A travel blog entry by cari.howarter

Lexi and I woke up early this morning so we could have time to walk to the Sliema shops before leaving. We got the shirt and the dress she wanted and made it back to the bus with time to spare. We left for the airport and got ready to fly ...

High - vs - Low Road, Malta, Malta travel blog

High - vs - Low Road

A travel blog entry by journey_team


Plan to hike along the cliffs today in the park. I take the high rode and they take the low road. Brendan & Juniper step over a chain, I say it is someone's property, it has a concrete road cut thru the stone cliff and then the road becomes crushed ...

Exiting Malta, Malta, Malta travel blog

Exiting Malta

A travel blog entry by journey_team


Wake at 7:30, final touches on getting ready to leave. Return DVD for refund, check final room charges, get luggage downstairs, find best way to get to ferry landing. They are making the walk to Joe's at the seaside, under the cliffs to take the bags of ...

Valletta, Valletta, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by smyth


The can one not love being surrounded by olives and wine? And Malta? We are already amazed by the incredible amount, and diversity of, history packed into such a tiny island. There are Neolithic temples that predate Stonehenge, ...

Second Visit to Malta, Valletta and Mdina, Malta travel blog

Second Visit to Malta

A travel blog entry by storyquilter


... earlier because we were driving through some pretty rural areas. Our cruise director Peter had waxed poetic about how beautiful the sail into Malta was.  And while it was nice, it paled in comparison to sailing into and out of Venice.  The light ...

The last day and a half, Mellieha, Malta travel blog

The last day and a half

A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4

... so after a very large mozzarella and parma ham salad which was very nice and a steak which was a bit overdone.  Two steaks in Malta one under one over, can't win.  Fed and watered we go back to the hotel for the last night of cabaret and oh ...

Cakes and Cliftops, Rabat, Malta travel blog

Cakes and Cliftops

A travel blog entry by rednosefg

... to get to the town of Dingli. A small town which is only on the tourist trail due to it's cliffs being the highest point in Malta, at 600m above sea level. We got off the bus, asked someone the way to the cliffs, walked the 10 mins uphill, saw a cafe and ...

Island of Gozo, Victoria, Malta travel blog

Island of Gozo

A travel blog entry by mccritec


... is also known for blown glass (like Murano). We've also seen Quonset huts (metal curved military buildings) left over from war. Malta most bombed country from WWII. So much for history!! Ended the day with a lovely meal in Valetta. Toured 2 five star ...

Island of Gozo, Victoria, Malta travel blog

Island of Gozo

A travel blog entry by mccritec

Today we took a ferry to Gozo. One of the Maltese islands about 20 minutes away. Mostly agricultural and very catholic, with over 50 churches in quite a small area. Ruins, cliffs, churches and narrow ...

Day 5: Tarxien and Marsaxlokk, Paola, Malta travel blog

Day 5: Tarxien and Marsaxlokk

A travel blog entry by emily.waggoner1

... Hypogeum.     The Hypogeum was astounding.  I would rank it right at the top of my favorite things in Malta.  The extreme age and craftsmanship of this place is very impressive, and almost hard to wrap your head around.  I ...

Our Malta Experience......., Vittoriosa, Malta travel blog

Our Malta Experience.......

A travel blog entry by parkes


... pick up (again big boats capable of carrying semi trailers and the like) which took us to the 2nd largest island out of Malta's 7 island, called Gozo.  Collected from the ferry in a jeep and taken up the hill and introduced to our quad bike's and ...

The Old Cities, Rabat, Malta, Malta travel blog

The Old Cities

A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi


... ; These Catacombs were in use up to the 4th Century and represent the earliest and largest archaeological evidence of Christianity in Malta.  The WWII Shelters were right after and there was a little more place to breathe.  The rooms were carved ...

Mdina Grand Prix, Mdina, Malta travel blog

Mdina Grand Prix

A travel blog entry by cristinazoghbi


After grabbing my usual late lunch snack whish comprised of a slice of pizza, a ricotta cheese pastizzi and a fig or nougat ice cream, I walked over to Mdina. My first impression was an abandoned glorious fortress.  It was the afternoon, so the ...

St Antonio Buggiba, San Pawl il-Baħar, Malta travel blog

St Antonio Buggiba

A travel blog entry by skeetstravel

Up at 3 am for a taxi to Gatwick. Stayed overnight at Andrews. Nice new plane from Easyjet, good flight arrive Malta 11.45. Transport ok to St Antonio resort. Coach pulls up outside Molly Mallones Irish pub. We have arrived not sure to what. Have to wait ...

South East at Marsaxlokk, Marsaxlokk, Malta travel blog

South East at Marsaxlokk

A travel blog entry by stumblebum


Our second day on the tour bus would take us to the south east corner of the island. As before, we took the bus from Bugibba to Valletta waterfront where we changed to the southern tour route. The bus was packed though, uncomfortably so and cramped for ...

on my way to spring break!!, Valletta, Malta travel blog

on my way to spring break!!

A travel blog entry by frannycat


Wow this past week has gone by so fast!! I don't even know where to start with my week. In the time that has lapsed, I finally bought a raincoat (thankfully because it just started pouring for the last few days!!), ended up getting the job at that bar ...

The Living Fortress, Valletta, Malta travel blog

The Living Fortress

A travel blog entry by squidwilk


... entrances of museums.  Following our tour of Valletta, our day was concluded with fireworks above the harbor honoring Malta's Independence. Squidwilk Tip: order the Maltese Platter at Grandmasters cafe on St. Paul's Street Synopsis: ...

Fun in the Sun, Melliha, Malta travel blog

Fun in the Sun

A travel blog entry by evamaria85


sun, sun, nice ...

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