Travel Blogs from Malta

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Highs and Lows, Mdina, Malta travel blog

Highs and Lows

A travel blog entry by pwong

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... , it feels like a dime-a-dozen type of place, with no distinguishing characteristics that would lead you to believe you were even in Malta.  But I still wouldn't classify that as being bad ... In fact, I wouldn't say that we found anything bad today, ...

I am officially Maltese., Valletta, Malta travel blog

I am officially Maltese.

A travel blog entry by andrew.galea

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... with one another again and it is something that I did not consider I would have the opportunity to do before I set out for Malta. I have even become known by some of the local people who seem to visit the convent each morning to see whether the nuns are ...

My brother Nicholas., Sliema, Malta travel blog

My brother Nicholas.

A travel blog entry by andrew.galea

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... beach with Olga, she is leaving tomorrow night which is not great but we are enjoying the time we have together whilst we are in Malta. My Maltese lessons are going well, today I bought some things to go some way to paying my way at my Aunties house and ...

Malta III, Hamrun, Malta travel blog

Malta III

A travel blog entry by mattccaddy

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... to Gozo. The boat was huge so I had no seasickness issues. Gozo is really beautiful and much less populated then Malta. Calypso's cave had a great view though I couldn't enter due to risk of collapse. The ancient megalithic stone strucures at ggantija ...

Last Days, Malta, Malta travel blog

Last Days

A travel blog entry by allie.boler

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... We took Daisy to the airport yesterday morning for her 1245 flight. Sad to see her go but pleased she so obviously loved Malta.  I'm sure we will holiday together again here in the future. We have a timeshare week every year and can also swap one ...

Blue Lagoon and the Gullet, Comino, Malta travel blog

Blue Lagoon and the Gullet

A travel blog entry by wardtrip

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... rode on the Gullet, a medium sized yacht. It took us to most of the caves along the Island of St.Paul and Gozo (an island of Malta). There were lots of Jellyfish in the caves so we were glad that we didn't go in. We then stopped of at Comino and the Blue ...

Blue Grotto, WW2 Shelters & Catacombs, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Blue Grotto, WW2 Shelters & Catacombs

A travel blog entry by wardtrip

... them. They sheltered in fear and distress. They chipped away some Catacombs to make the shelters. There were a lot of Catacombs aswell. People were very small in the 12-1600’s. Malta is amazing but our Maltese trip ends here. By for now, from ...

Going Flat Out In Malta, Birzebugga, Malta travel blog

Going Flat Out In Malta

A travel blog entry by kewlabah

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... . I think at one point we had argued over whos turn it was to wear it. Heaps of fun for all! I have been in Malta for seven days now and havenīt really stopped drinking. When i arrived at the airport i remember looking out the window and being ...

Energetic through exhaustion, Gżira, Malta travel blog

Energetic through exhaustion

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... and got battered by the wind whilst looking at the green rolling hills and beautiful landscape. Mieke went home to pack her bag for Malta, while Nicole and I visited her Mum in Marsalforn. They gave me some tips about the next leg of my journey, and then ...

First Days, Malta, Malta travel blog

First Days

A travel blog entry by allie.boler

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We actually left home on Monday afternoon because our flight to Malta was at 0720 on Tuesday 7th. We booked a night at the Premier Inn at Gatwick North. It worked out very well. We dropped the car with the Meet and Greet service at Gatwick and went up ...

Quiet Day in Sliema, Sliema, Malta travel blog

Quiet Day in Sliema

A travel blog entry by andrew.galea

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... pretty sure I left my dreams and thoughts from this morning in my wake. Today, the 21st of September is the celebration of Malta's Independence from British rule, hence a public holiday. To be honest there was not a lot of difference in Sliema where I ...

Pretty gardens!!, Floriana, Malta travel blog

Pretty gardens!!

A travel blog entry by elizabeth21

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... aloud on and its all old historical looking buildings with advertising everywhere!! Actually that is how i would describe all of Malta - "Old, Historical with adverts everywhere!!" We also went into the Grand Master's Palace and Armoury but couldn't take ...

Daisy's First Day!, Malta, Malta travel blog

Daisy's First Day!

A travel blog entry by allie.boler

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Daisy arrived at 8pm last night and we picked her up at the airport. So delighted to have her here! She was exhausted so a good sleep and we all slept in till about 9am. Then a proper English fried breakfast kicked the day off well and of course she ...

Adventure time, Gżira, Malta travel blog

Adventure time

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... town of Birzebbuga. We walked by the sea admiring the colourful boats and apartments, and I climbed all over the rocks and walls. Next, Malta’s oldest prehistoric site – Għar Dalam. In a huge cave on this site they found 500,000 year old ...

OCEANA -Saturday Grand Seafood Buffet, Saint Julian's, Malta travel blog

OCEANA -Saturday Grand Seafood Buffet

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot

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... to win award plates.  Chosen from the highest rated restaurants, both overall, and in the various price categories for Malta and Gozo, taking into account not only the Overall rating but also individual Food, Service and Ambience ratings, the number ...

Golden Bay & Ghajn Tuffieha, Golden Bay, Malta travel blog

Golden Bay & Ghajn Tuffieha

A travel blog entry by andrew.galea

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In my first 10 days on the main island of Malta I had managed to tick off many of the places that I had pencilled in when planning the trip thumbing through my trusty Lonely Planet guide back home. It is a surreal process spending hours reading, ...

Double Dive, Cirkewwa, Malta travel blog

Double Dive

A travel blog entry by allie.boler

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... No it had nothing to do with the dress code!  It relates back to wartime when a group of British commandos stationed in Malta made it their base and erected a wooden sign outside naming it Commando Bar.  It is now a fine dining ...

Malta!!!, Malta, Malta travel blog

Malta!!!

A travel blog entry by atlpilot36

... on it."  He stormed off in a huff and some Hungarian women went off on him for being a prick.  What a welcome to Malta!  Trust me though, everyone else I have come in contact with is just absolutely warm and nice. I flew on both EasyJet ...

A remote island in the middle of the Mediterranean, Valletta, Malta travel blog

A remote island in the middle of the Mediterranean

A travel blog entry by ashifreeshma

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Check out our ...

TSS: Day 3, Still in the Mediterranean, Italy travel blog

TSS: Day 3

A travel blog entry by randiandersen

             I didn't make it up for the sunrise this morning either. I did get up early and was at breakfast by 7:30, only to realize that no one goes to breakfast that early. So I ate alone, went ...

Egil and Owl, Gżira, Malta travel blog

Egil and Owl

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... structure and burial site with amazing acoustics. Many people have recommended it to me, so I’ll have to visit when I return to Malta one day. We took the next available bus to Vittoriosa (after I almost fell off a poorly made wall) and had lunch ...

Malta, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta

A travel blog entry by tvandeve

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... Sicily and Africa.  As such every power, Phoenicians, Romans, French, and even the British have controlled these 3 islands. The defeat in 1565 of Sulliman the Great here by the Knights of Malta ended the western progress of the Islamic conquests. ...

Where did the bread ‘buskett’ go?, Gżira, Malta travel blog

Where did the bread ‘buskett’ go?

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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The doorbell rang at 7.30am. It was a big parcel from Australia! How exciting! Mum had sent me lots of goodies for the Australia Day party I'll be hosting. It was so nice to receive a card from my thoughtful parents. Ippy said she thinks it should be ...

On The Rock!, Msida, Malta travel blog

On The Rock!

A travel blog entry by natandy

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... we always intended to pay them all a visit here on the rock in the Mediterranean and so glad we didn't slack off and not come. Malta is only tiny (just reached 400,000 people) but it is a groovin nation. Lots going on as we have found out and lots of ...

My last day..., St Paul's Bay, Malta travel blog

My last day...

A travel blog entry by andrew.galea

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... life's journey. Well this is me signing off from my journal and a wonderful month spent on the Mediterranean islands of Malta and Sicily. I needed this holiday, and whilst travelling on your own is sometimes a poor reflection on the social state of ...

On the road again, looking for the Maltese, Valletta, Malta travel blog

On the road again, looking for the Maltese

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010

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... and getting a long hot shower. Today’s plan is to travel in the direction of Valletta, to explore the walled capital of Malta. We are taking the interior roads as they are less subject to getting lost and going in the wrong direction. We headed over ...

Dedicated to a friend., Sliema, Malta travel blog

Dedicated to a friend.

A travel blog entry by andrew.galea

... in London had been abysmal and I was not keen to spend 1 week of my precious time in dreary surroundings like that, especially when Malta had been such a haven for me. Something clicked in my mind during my run and I had decided upon the destination of my ...

A recipe to pie for!, Gżira, Malta travel blog

A recipe to pie for!

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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Today Debbie and I had a mission. A mission to cook, to create. A mission to pie for! She'd found a photo of a sunflower pie on Facebook. The picture included an ingredients list, but no portion sizes or cooking instructions. This was going to be ...

The little things, Sliema, Malta travel blog

The little things

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

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... a bit more at home. My first impression of Malta was: 'Holy moly! I’m on an island! An island!’ I obviously knew Malta was an island before I came, but seeing it from the air, and drinking in the atmosphere really made me realise. I’m ...

Oldest Ruins on Earth, Valetta, Malta travel blog

Oldest Ruins on Earth

A travel blog entry by ditchthecube

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The Hibernia House is more of a dormitory for students studying English here in Malta. The 'room' I'm staying in is more like an area for 24 residents staying a month or less. I met a couple of British guys who are studying to be surgeons who are doing a ...

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