Travel Blogs from Malta

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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 ...

Gozo, Victoria, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by onedude


Took a day trip to Gozo, the second largest island in Malta. It is about a 20 minute ferry ride from northern Malta. Gozo is more rural, less densely populated and less developed. It is where the grapes for many of the wines of Malta are produced. It also ...

Gozo!, Victoria, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by andrew_mac


... 'sleepy', it lived up to its reputation. It was a nice break, however, and I appreciated the contrast compared to the more lively Malta. Getting there wasn't hard, but it seemed to take longer than it did. It was a 70 minute bus ride from St. Julian's to ...

Oh, it's a hard life! ;-), Gżira, Malta travel blog

Oh, it's a hard life! ;-)

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... . Yes, I did see it in Munich, yes, I did enjoy it a second time. They have intermission in the middle of movies in Malta! The film just suddenly stop and you have fifteen minutes to get food and use the loo. I think it’s kind of frustrating, but ...

Island Adventure: Last Day, Saint Julian's, Malta travel blog

Island Adventure: Last Day

A travel blog entry by siarakelyndali


Hi Everyone! Bad weather today cancelled our original tour plans. Instead we made our own tour taking the public bus to Blue Grotto.  BEAUTIFUL & extremely windy. Despite weather warning signs, we opted for an afternoon in St. Julian’s- ...

Beer pong, birthdays and buddies being blue, Gżira, Malta travel blog

Beer pong, birthdays and buddies being blue

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


I had a domestic day with the washing machine that hates me, before heading out along the Strand to meet Lars, Jon and Egil at the Point. I still can't get over how lucky I am to have such a beautiful vista around the corner from me! The walk makes me ...

Malta, Malta, Malta travel blog


A travel blog entry by kfsandiego


... monuments, and marble tombstones to show their support (and buy a little piece of heaven, it seems) for the Knights of Malta. Eight leagues, representing nations and alliances in Europe, were part of the Knights of Malta (hence, the design of the ...

Fest Napoli, in Rabat, Rabat, Malta travel blog

Fest Napoli, in Rabat

A travel blog entry by allie.boler


... on, both up on the hill and down along the coast.  The view was tremendous and gave a different rather glamorous view of Malta by night. A really lovely evening and so glad we went up there.  It was even better than I'd thought it would ...

Traditional Fishing Village, Marsaxlokk, Malta travel blog

Traditional Fishing Village

A travel blog entry by onedude


... its fish market and colorful boats. Unfortunately on the day I was there, they did not have the market because it was the feast of some saint in Malta. However, there are a lot of seafood restaurants on the water and St. Peter's Pool is really ...

Very old and interesting, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Very old and interesting

A travel blog entry by stephgraeme


... rotten. As you can probably tell by my stories, I am not big on descriptions and detail of the places we have been but Malta was absolutely beautiful with so many old walls and a lot of WWII history. Could easily go back there for a drive around. They ...

Malta: A Mediteranean Marvel, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Malta: A Mediteranean Marvel

A travel blog entry by chris_sayward


... several major European cities directly to Malta and compared to most of the EU, Malta is a relatively inexpensive vacation spot. Malta also boasts some of the most beautiful sandy beaches and THE best scuba diving in the Mediterranean. Unfortunately it ...

The Red Tower, Armia, Malta travel blog

The Red Tower

A travel blog entry by travelmonster


... in the cost of 1 euro per person), lots of information boards to read about the towers history and its restoration and some nice views of Malta and across to Gozo from the top. Worth it if you are in the area and passing, but I wouldn't make a special ...

Valletta - what a place!, Valletta, Malta travel blog

Valletta - what a place!

A travel blog entry by andrew.galea


It is hard to describe the wonder of Malta, it is definitely like stepping back in time, you somehow feel dwarfed by the stories that lie in the stones of the buildings that were built hundreds of years ago. Valletta, the capital of Malta, is where most ...

Parallel Universe, Mellieha, Malta travel blog

Parallel Universe

A travel blog entry by pwong


... been taken over by holidaymakers, there is a distinct difference between the atmosphere here, and the aforementioned places.  Since Malta was a British colony for 150 years, the two cultures have merged and formed something unique, which is quite ...

Go to Gozo, Xlendi, Malta travel blog

Go to Gozo

A travel blog entry by travelmonster


... inside, wondering what we would find here. It's not long before we see the kind of scenery that I was expecting on Malta - dramatic cliffs falling into the sea, with small, approachable bays set back from the Mediterranean blue waters. Our first stop ...

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