Travel Blogs from Malta

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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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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


... 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 ...

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

Where did the bread ‘buskett’ go?

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


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


... 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


... 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


... 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


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


... 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


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 ...

Oslo - Gozo, Gozo, Malta travel blog

Oslo - Gozo

A travel blog entry by krox

... who know me, know what I chose. I sped through the Maltese landscape with my very own chaffeur, only minutes after landing on Malta. The ferry over to Gozo takes only 30 minutes or so and the ferries are huge as well as inexpensive!! Not many people ...

We made it!!, Marsaacala, Malta travel blog

We made it!!

A travel blog entry by elizabeth21


... , Cypus but we weren't aloud to get off the plane so we just sat there for about 1 hour and then were on our way to Malta!! We were finally there!! Lots of tears (Mum and Nana!) and hugs and kisses from what was the strangers!!! Bec and I were in a ...

Island Adventure: Malta 3, Malta, Malta travel blog

Island Adventure: Malta 3

A travel blog entry by siarakelyndali


Hi Everyone! Tour Day with Sunscope Tours Woke up extra early- 6:30am on vacation…unheard of! Anyway our group was picked up from the hotel by van and we were taken for a ride around the water.  We then caught the ferry that took us to ...

Island Adventure: Malta 4, Malta, Malta travel blog

Island Adventure: Malta 4

A travel blog entry by siarakelyndali


Hi Everyone! After such a long tour day, we decided to take it easy. A short walk and coffee in the hotel lobby filled up the morning. I had an interesting lunch at a Chinese restaurant.  It was buffet style, but different than the buffet style I'm ...

Eat sleep rave repeat...jokes...procrastinate!, Gżira, Malta travel blog

Eat sleep rave repeat...jokes...procrastinate!

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

Blog. Procrastinate. Blog. Procrastinate. Greet Jennie, Rami and Ippy on their way out for a quiz at the City of London pub in Balluta Bay. Blog. Procrastinate. Nothing to see here! People have been asking me what happened to the blogs…which is ...

A domestic day, Gżira, Malta travel blog

A domestic day

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

I had accumulated many letters, postcards and parcels to send back home, so I took quite a long time at the post office this morning. I also spilt heaps of stamp water over the desk – how embarrassment! I am sending my parents back some Maltese ...

Make the Mosta it, Dingli, Malta travel blog

Make the Mosta it

A travel blog entry by travelmonster


Another leisurely start to the day and then we amble over to Mosta. Mosta is most famous for the Rotunda - which is a huge circular shaped church, boasting the third largest unsupported dome in the world. It's very easy to find since it can be seen for ...

Malta - Making New Friends, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta - Making New Friends

A travel blog entry by ozziesescape


... to him. And Joe has the stories to prove it, which he will gladly share with you in great detail over a beer. Strategically located, Malta has held the world's attention since the days of the crusading knights (the Knights of Malta). As a child, Joe was ...

Tombs, Temples and Tasty crepes, Paola, Malta travel blog

Tombs, Temples and Tasty crepes

A travel blog entry by travelmonster


... violated - but hey, we haven't had a collision yet and that in itself is an art form! The Hypogeum is one of Malta's most important historical sites. It is an underground temple and was discovered in 1902 when workers building new houses dug down to ...

from the mafia to Malta, Sliema, Malta travel blog

from the mafia to Malta

A travel blog entry by devonandsarah

... a train all the way down south, then another ferry..(it was a long day!)..but we managed to arrive safe and sound in Malta! I haven't quite wrapped my head around Malta yet. It is very clearly a former british colony: they drive on the left, the row ...

Paceville!, St Julians, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by andrew.galea


... a night. Well all hell was about to break loose! On the way to the car the heavens opened up and an absolute torrential rain storm hit Malta, and I mean torrential. By the time we got to the car it was as if all four of us had dived into a pool, we were ...

Exploring the countryside, Gżira, Malta travel blog

Exploring the countryside

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... ’t seem to be a path, but he nodded indignantly. I’m still surprised about how ‘off the beaten track’ Malta’s sites and historical gems are…it’s almost like they don’t want you to find them! Now, the cart ...

Off to Malta, Malta, United States travel blog

Off to Malta

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels


... places I have visited while crossing Montana. I have been to Essex, Dunkirk, Devon, Chester, Inverness, Gildford, Havre, Zurich, Malta and Glasgow. In an otherwise dull day passing through another British County or European city the size of 100 residents ...

En route pour de nouvelles aventures, Sliema, Malta travel blog

En route pour de nouvelles aventures

A travel blog entry by siegfried_h.

Cela fait deux mois et demi presque que je suis en congés. Il est vraiment temps de repartir! Dans l'avion qui doit m'emmener à Frankfurt puis à Malte, je fais la connaissance de Neil, un étudiant géophysicien qui vient apprendre le métier avec ...

Pretty Bay in Birzebuga, Birzibuga, Malta travel blog

Pretty Bay in Birzebuga

A travel blog entry by elizabeth21

Uncle Jo offered to take us to a sand beach called Pretty bay, (and rightly so) in Birzibuga. Katia and Rob were supposed to take us to another beach for the day but unfortunately Katia got sick. The beach was beautiful but the sand was really ...

MP 472 to the North Pole???, Malta, United States travel blog

MP 472 to the North Pole???

A travel blog entry by donstevenson


... who wrote: "I want Grandpa to get new hearing aids because I'm tired of hearing his head whistle." -- K.O. Santa John knew someone in Malta who could put Don and Loretta up for the night. We'll find out tomorrow if visions of sugarplums danced in their ...

Achievements and failures, Gżira, Malta travel blog

Achievements and failures

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


My greatest achievement today was discovering a Bavarian sausage stall up the road in Sliema. I met Lars and his work friends for lunch and got a cheese and a curry bratwurst. I really missed German food, and now I have some in my neighbourhood. Yipee! ...

Ahhhhh, Malta!, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Ahhhhh, Malta!

A travel blog entry by kempstertravels


... . We hired a car for three days and got great mileage out of it, as we covered what felt like every square kilometre of Malta and neigbouring island Gozo. On the days that we didn't have the car, we had great fun catching the bus from place to place. ...

Feeling the Heath heat…, Gżira, Malta travel blog

Feeling the Heath heat…

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

Somehow, my room had become a nuclear disaster zone. I was expecting guests that day, so I cleaned up, revelling in this small accomplishment. I met Chrissy at the door and gave her the 'grand tour' (including my now clean room). There are practically 5 ...

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