Village Ta' Sbejha

Mongur Street, Gharb, Island of Gozo, Malta | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on Mongur Street, Gharb, is near Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, Ghantija Megalithic Temples, Ggantija Temple, and Hagar Qim.
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    Travel Blogs from Gharb

    Last Day in Malta

    A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 14, 2014

    2 comments, 29 photos

    Early start today, we are going to the Hal Safieni Hypogeum in Paola. After breakfast a taxi ride to Paola. What an amazing place. The Hypogeum is over 5000 years old. They only let ten people thru on the hour. Booked out till 15th August, worth the trip. Hypogeum goes down three levels. What is really amazing is that this was all done by hand. Rock cutting methods were remarkable, considering the Temple period craftsman did not possess metal tools. ...

    The final days

    A travel blog entry by farrugia2europe on Jun 14, 2014

    11 photos

    ... The following day, while on the bus, we found that we were a few short meters from the town centre when we decided to stop and turn back! Day 2 The next day we caught the bus down to the southern part of the island to Marsaxlokk, a fishing village (ask mark how to pronounce it, he says it so we'll!). The main bus stops have a man there selling tickets and telling you which bus you need. He often yells out 'Madam this is your bus' when it's nearing the stop! The village ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jun 05, 2014

    ... Hmmm. This street looks like a good place to sell stories. I think I'll turn down here.
    -----Chomp chomp chomp.
    -----Oh no! It's a conservative Maltese guy. Turn around!
    -----Euros Euros Euros.
    -----Oh no. It's a boring pharmacist! Turn around.
    -----Hmm ... there are lots of cafes, bars, and restaurants on that street. I think I'll turn down there.
    -----Chomp chomp chomp.
    -----Ooh! The salesman in a women's shoe store just bought ...

    Back to school!

    A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Mar 17, 2014

    ... We have a story book with no words, and I get him to react to the story physically. TPR (total physical response) involves the student moving to commands, showing they have understood the command. So in the book a mouse claps it's hands, so I ask him to clap his hands. When he does it he receives praise, when he doesn't i do ...

    Moving the Charlotte Louise

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Feb 25, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... lass from rural inland Australia come to be on an iconic ship with a pirate in Europe? Wow, I am damn lucky.’

    I jumped from the shipwreck onto Eddie’s speedboat and got some footage from different angles. We picked up Sandro and Liz, and all jumped aboard the Charlotte Louise. It was great to have everyone on board; a little community of friends on a barely floating beauty.

    In the harbour Gabriel moored the ship to a yellow buoy. There was ...