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Travel Blogs from Ghajnsielem
I spent 10 days on the north island of Gozo. Took a few boat trips, went swimming and hiking, took a hop on hop off bus tour of the island, and went horseback riding. This was the highlight of my trip - very relaxing and quiet, very beautiful.
Up and early today, we went out to the Ggantija Temples. It's a series of temples constructed of megalith stones. I really can't say it's any better than the other rock temples we've been to. I'd say the only interesting fact about them is that they are part of the oldest ones in the world. Nobody even knows anything about the …
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! One of Lars' friends, John, is always really lovely and smiling. We talked about the Maltese sun being a contributing factor to his happiness. Apparently his English ...
Another thunderstorm last night apparently, so tired didn't hear it!
We made our way into Valletta to gather info from the tourist centre and then caught a bus to Tarxien where the oldest remains of temples at least 3600-2500 BC may have even been 4000 BC so making them the oldest remains in the world. wow!!!
Later we stepped off the bus to walk the promenade from the yacht yard to St Julian's....all the way by the ...
I had really high expectations for Mdina and Rabat. I read in various books that these formal capitals of the island were very old cities that kept its ancient charm by not being very populated. Indeed, there is no one in the streets during siesta time. Something I found very interesting was the way the streets were built, they were very narrow, built for people and horses…and attacks. The homes were beautifully decorated, some had flowers with ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsSt. Joseph Home Hostel Ghajnsielem
A comfortable stay in a beautiful setting. Hostel has patios facing the sea on the first and second floors. Also has a library. Had my own room with bathroom for 13 euros! Breakfast was included (toast, cheese and ham, coffe, tea, juice). There was a grocery store within walking distance. The hostel was on the bus route to the captial city Victoria.
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