Hotel Esmeralda Club
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We were definitely on struggle street this morning but with only 2 more days in Malta we had to force ourselves to get up and ready for the day. We planned to go to Gozo today which is the second biggest island of Malta but when we went to see our mate at the corner shop we saw that organised tours run there, meaning they would take us round etc. this sounded like a better option than the hop on hop off bus which we were planning on doing. We ...
... sample so many of the interesting dishes available. The table was set beautifully, the dinner mouth-watering. Between us we tried the Lobster & Prawn Bisque; Ajotta (fish soup); Rabbit Liver Ravioli in Rabbit Broth; Rabbit boned with traditional cooking; Flambe Seafood Pasta and Piglet cooked 3 ways. We finished it all off with Triple Choc Mousse and a Souffle. Lynda’s Flambe pasta was cooked on a little trolley beside the table… ...
... Our room wasn't ready yet, so we jammed our luggage in the timy store area and headed out for a look!
A very windy day... they said they'd had a few but it would improve. We walked down the water's edge, waves crashing on the footpath.
Mary took us to 'Tony's Bar' for lunch, a place she had frequented with her family a few times. ...
... full to take us home. We decided to walk and by fate found an Italian clothes shop with huge discounts. I bought a woollen cardigan and some jogging bottoms for about 12 pounds! We also discovered Sunday afternoon is the new Saturday night, with young maltese people dressed up and drinking in crowded bars as the sun set. More pictures to ...