Travel Blogs from Malta

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Leaving Malta, Marsaxlokk, Malta travel blog

Leaving Malta

A travel blog entry by dial

3rd. I must have had something that I shouldn’t have had because last night I was sick as a dog (why do they say that when they don’t know how dogs feel) I had liquid coming out of me both ends virtually at the same time so I woke very seedy ...

Valetta, Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valetta, Malta

A travel blog entry by wendler

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... conquering empires have claimed it. In the late 1500's when the turks invaded Rhodes, the Knights fled Rhodes and settled on Malta! To protect themselves from pirates they built massive stone walls around the city of Valetta (named for one of the ...

Temp, Mellieha Bay, Malta travel blog

Temp

A travel blog entry by hayleymo

To be completed at a later ...

Valletta, Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta, Malta

A travel blog entry by pathfinder35

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Today's port and the last one of the trip was Valletta, Malta - a small 3 island nation south of Sicily. The weather is sunny and 18 C - perfect for exploring - as we had no tours booked other than a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We had read that the ...

Malta?! with Kendyle, Malta, Malta travel blog

Malta?! with Kendyle

A travel blog entry by hljones88

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Are you kidding me? Who gets to go to Malta? Our flights were 13 euros out and 6 euros back each! It cost our luggage more to go than us. I love my life! This place was amazingly beautiful. I got my first real swim in the Med. Sea. Mallorca wasn't totally ...

May 29, 2012, Saint Julian's, Malta travel blog

May 29, 2012

A travel blog entry by eddieandlynn

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Days 5 - 7, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Days 5 - 7

A travel blog entry by petina

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... style minibus with a rear hoist and space for three occupied wheelchairs. Went to a town called M'dina, once the capital of Malta. As pic 3 shows town built on a hill with commanding views all round. Although street are very narrow lots of cars taking up ...

Malta -- Above the Sea!, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta -- Above the Sea!

A travel blog entry by smgiles

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... for an hour, I caught the local bus back to Bugibba and packed.    In all, if you're a diver, I'd recommend Malta.  For everyone else, I'd save it for retirement when you're looking for a walkable, relaxed locatio n, with some nice views ...

Valletta en Mdina, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta en Mdina

A travel blog entry by niki72

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... Frederick Gollcher opgekocht is. Hij was een filantroop die erg begaan was met het behoud van het culturele erfgoed van Malta. Hij had impressionante verzamelingen kunstwerken, boeken, snuisterijen, … In 2001 is men begonnen met de restauratie van ...

The Next Chapter, Valletta, Malta travel blog

The Next Chapter

A travel blog entry by 0wley

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... for the pair of us to enjoy, a little surprise as such. After liaising with what seemed like a hundred separate businesses in Malta I finally got around to arrangement a lovely lunch arrangement in a spot that overlooked the harbour. As we pulled into the ...

Malta, da bomb!, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta, da bomb!

A travel blog entry by katgoaway

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... of the day at dinner tonight, but tomorrow is a "sea day" so we'll see then then. Oh, and Patti...people from Malta are Maltese...not Malteezers ;) Bongu from Malta. (for anyone that knows the difference, that is actually "good morning", but they ...

London-Malta 2009 Middlle, Saint Julians, Malta travel blog

London-Malta 2009 Middlle

A travel blog entry by nedk

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... a comparable pizza elsewhere. Back to the room to ready for my departure to London tomorrow morning. Overall a great stay in Malta. The island is very scenic, the people couldn't have been nicer and prices were much cheaper than on the ...

Malta is a great place !, St Julians, Malta travel blog

Malta is a great place !

A travel blog entry by antoine99

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I went to Malta few weeks ago to spend some holiday time. I stayed in St Julians one of the most active city in Malta with a lot of restaurants, hotels, nighlifes and shop. The weather at the moment is not great but I can imagine that during the summer it ...

Touring the Island of Gozo, Mgarr, Malta travel blog

Touring the Island of Gozo

A travel blog entry by krodvelt

... on a different bus that took us around Gozo. We visited the Ggantija Temples. The stone was different than the temples of Malta. After that we went to the Ta' Kola Windmill Museum. During the times of operation the people that operated them usually lived ...

history of a nation, Valletta, Malta travel blog

history of a nation

A travel blog entry by cockystravel

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... of archeology.  4 a little islandit was amazing with a farming history dating 5200 bc. Set off our self walking malta experience tour. Guide had difficulty finding the start!, Walked through gardens, saw the water polo pool, the headquarters of the ...

Valletta Me Outta Here, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta Me Outta Here

A travel blog entry by paulej4

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... of the promised 'dghajsa’ harbor cruise. The harbor was not choppy but outside the harbor was choppy so we acquiesced. The Malta Maritime Museum was substituted but, by that time, many of us had ceased to listen to Anna so we went for coffee ...

dee, Malta, Malta travel blog

dee

A travel blog entry by sexylildee

my 1st holiday wiv ...

Bureaucracy, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Bureaucracy

A travel blog entry by lamyers56

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... Sicily is only 20 minutes from Malta. And from Malta the ships supplying Rommel in Africa were sunk. The Germans and Italy bombed Malta something like 3400 times during the war. And when that didn't stop them from sinking the ships they blockaded Malta. ...

4th Journey, Malta, Turkey travel blog

4th Journey

A travel blog entry by stpaulstravels

4th Journey: Voyage to Rome & shipwreck off the coast of Malta ...

Rome to Malta, Malta, Malta travel blog

Rome to Malta

A travel blog entry by cherylclo

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... paid for this online before leaving New Zealand and it worked well. We were on the 11 am flight from Rome to Malta. Unfortunately Malta was cold and windy. We had been considering hiring a car but the traffic was terrible and we saw 2 small collisions ...

Temples and Caves, Tarxien & Hai-Saflieni, Malta travel blog

Temples and Caves

A travel blog entry by krodvelt

Today was another amazing day of site seeing! We toured the Hypogeum, which is a series of caves and rooms that I believe were in three different levels. It amazed me that such a primitive people really put great thought in their surroundings and living. ...

Day 1: Valletta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Day 1: Valletta

A travel blog entry by ashleyrussell

... that he would paint/draw over other pieces, and under the paint of one of his paintings was a completely different one!  Malta Experience Video: This was intereseting for 15 minutes, but then the busy morning caught up with me and I fell asleep :( I ...

We went to the blue lagoon on a turkish schooner, Valetta, Malta travel blog

We went to the blue lagoon on a turkish schooner

A travel blog entry by mcmtammy

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Malta, Malta, Malta travel blog

Malta

A travel blog entry by cherylclo

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... blue lagoon and some cave on the island of Comino. It had been a very enjoyable day trip. The island was what i thought Malta would be like. There was some agriculture however the mainstay of the economy is tourism, with lots of apartments and tourist ...

Saltwater Farewell, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Saltwater Farewell

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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... with other ones so Malta has seen some bloody battles and almost complete destruction as well.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malta#Napoleon   Obviously I'm not going to go into all of that, but the National War Museum did a reasonable ...

Gozo, Victoria, Malta travel blog

Gozo

A travel blog entry by frawldog

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... bus, however the ferry was much closer to my hotel.  The boat to Gozo is roughly 2 hours.  Gozo is way smaller than Malta Island and I really enjoyed it.  It is not a whole lot different than Malta in terms of looks, but it is a lot less ...

Fun on the buses, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Fun on the buses

A travel blog entry by sallyb42

Headed off to market this morning but weather and buses not working in our favour. Had a nice time in Valletta though. Raining again this evening :( tomorrow will be sunny ...

First port... Malta!, Malta, Malta travel blog

First port... Malta!

A travel blog entry by cynthialandon

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Today was our first day in port. It seems like we have been gone so long already but it has only been a few days. Our arrival into port was delayed a couple of course because some kind of generator blew and the ship was not going full speed for a while ...

Even More Diving, Saint Julian's, Malta travel blog

Even More Diving

A travel blog entry by 6th

As I write this, I don't think I’m still the same person, the same diver, who went to 90 metres about three weeks ago in Ras Il Hobz. All this time that I haven’t been writing I have spent in the shallows with my recreational kit on, guiding, ...

Saturday, May 18th, Island of Malta, Malta travel blog

Saturday, May 18th

A travel blog entry by kristimarie

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... , I was greeted by dozens of the colorful luzzus which I had heard about. These are the traditional fishing boats of Malta, and are typically bright blues and yellows. The fisherman keep these boats up impeccably, I even saw multiple fisherman repainting ...

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