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TravelPod Member ReviewsSplendid Guest House Mellieha
Comfortable accommodation, with a decent rooftop patio, and friendly and helpful owners. Decor is a bit dated, but the guesthouse is very reasonably priced. Breakfast is simple but good, with excellent bread and decent muffins brought in fresh every morning, with excellent coffee.
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... for over half an hour before I head back grinning like an idiot. Not as much fun as riding bikes off-road in Spain but damn fine fun none the less. I'm surprisingly tired after the jet-ski so back to the beach get the waiter to bring me a glass of Chenin Blanc to my lounger, all very civilized, I may get accustomed to this next year. A couple of glasses later and a snooze in the sun I go for a wander about the beach and book ...
... so I got burnt :P). It was wonderful. I went for a bit of a walk along the beach to take a few photo's and check out the prices of icecream.
I got the bus home then, as I had to get back for work. The bus driver looked amused at my damp hair and I just grinned.
May I point out I had lost my voice that morning, so overall the day was interesting. Nothing beats the lovely beach though :)
... was dark, and the wind whipped up the sea. Of course, being the idiot that I am, I thought it was great. It was like being back in Victoria during the winter and going down to Dallas Road to watch the waves. Unlike the feeling of homesickness that I had in Oslo, this gave me a rush, a feeling that I was finally back in my element. The waves crashed over the break wall and into the parking lot, spraying us both with a fine vapour of saline. I could hardly see for all ...
The Maltese archipelago is composed of several different islands, Malta being just one of them. The other one that most people have heard of is Gozo, the capital of which is Victoria, also known as Rabat. The ferries between the islands of Malta and Gozo run almost continuously and take only about half an hour to make the crossing, so S and I decided to go for a day trip. When we arrived at the port in Cirkewwa, the weather really was not looking very ...
... which the boys agreed to. I had my favourite Guido Burger and tried a red velvet milkshake – how indulgent!
Eddie dropped Gabriel and I back to the boat yard. I really wanted to climb the mast of a nearby ship, so we went to ask the Captain, Ronnie. He was just heading out with his crew for a kayaking team building trip, so he told me to come back another time for a tour and to climb (it’ll have to be next time I’m in Malta).
We saw ...