St. Joseph Home Hostel
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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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Today is our last day in Malta. We awoke and watched the West Coast Eagles football match thru Rickies computer on the TV. Well isn't this what everyone does when in Malta. All kidding aside it was good to chill out in the room and watch the footy especially with the super keen Eagle fan that Rickie is. After the footy finished I retired down to the pool area and chilled out while Rickie caught up on her sleep. We really didn't give her much time to rest yesterday after ...
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The English and Germans were closely related, which is probably why after getting married, Adelheid and William went to live in Hannover. I don't really follow all these Royals, but I do remember hearing as a kid that Queen Victoria was the grandmother of Europe because all of the Royal families in Europe were related to her.
... was built around 1600 to protect the inhabitants from marauding Moslems fighting against Christendom, and the walls still look as though they would repel any invaders even today. I walked round as much as I could, stopping to admire the rooftops of Victoria and the surrounding countryside before I hurried back down to meet the rest of the party.
... on Malta built by the Neolithic temple-builders. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, the temples here are thought to be the oldest man-made structures in the world. The temples were made of huge stones and were built in the shape of a woman, "the Goddess" they worshiped. There were male and female fertility symbols in many places in the temple. It was interesting to see all the work they had done without metal tools or machines. The visitor's ...
... the harbour we r thinking of hiring -the maltese falcon -88 mtrs long accommodation for 12 n only €360,000 a week. Free meals n drinks.
Today we headed off to the Hypogeum which is again circa 5000 bc old set of burial chambers over 3 levels. Huge n they dug it out with deer antlers n flint tools. Still in disbelief.
We were very fortunate to get tickets as they only ...