Duncan Guest House
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On Sunday we had another tour booked and although a few of us that had been at the Blue Lagoon weren't really that keen, we went along anyway just to get out of the hotel. After getting on the bus at the hotel, we travelled down to the Blue Grotto near Wied Iż-Żurrieq on the southern side of the island. This time we had an informative local guide, who having been the national manager for a cigarette company for many years and learning that ...
... more planning required, but you do get to see a whole lot more or alternatively a little of everything. It all depends what floats your boat.
We drove up to Rodgau to catch up with Silvana and ran into a nasty traffic jam in a construction site. A car towing a caravan had broken down reducing the traffic flow to crawling pace as we all shuffled single file to get past. As a result we were almost an hour late. When Autobahns are working and there isn’t ...
Traditional fishing village which has become a tourist destination for 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 cool. ...
Flight went on time and Mario who owns the B&B I am staying at in Marsaxlokk was waiting for me in arrivals. The B&B is lovely, I would call it a boutique B&B. Very modern with marble tiles throughout and a very modern en suite. Most important very clean and I even have a balcony with a glimpse of the sea. It is very warm , 24c today but overcast however I an sitting on my balcony ...
... of the car. And back in line for the boat. Driving onboard it was a short trip across the water and we were back in Cirkewwa.
Heading southeast over hill and field and several bad turns we got back to Qawra, several streets were closed so it was a challenge but we got back to the resort.
We ate dinner at a small retaurant/café, Kathy ate a chicken cordon bleu and I had a Greek salad with a half roasted chicken. Not too much meat on that chicken, but I don’t ...