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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 …
... been talking to had taken to calling me "Miss America" and had told the rest of the crew, "This girl is very special, very nice. If she needs something get it for her." telling the bartender to get me whatever drink I asked for. While we had been talking he told me that one of his dreams. His dream holiday was to go to America, visit the sights and things he had dreamed about and see them for himself.
The ride back was no where near as calm as ...
... It was fun to look out the window over the street, to see how the locals view it.
We then took a water tour of the Grand Harbor in a local gondola at noon. The little boats held 6-8 people, and had a small motor. We toured the harbor for 30 minutes with wonderful fishermen driving us around.
We had a wonderful lunch at the Guze Marina Club. It was local foods, very good. Victoria left us after lunch and Kevin bussed us ...
... sea. We left Grand Harbour and turned east. After an hour or so, we were level with Marsaxlokk. The captain felt that the swell was too great and opted to take us to Comino via the north coast. It meant that we would not see the Dingli Caves and cliffs after all. The boat drew into St Paul's Bay where the crew served a very edible lunch with wine. We could see the underwater safari boat with a ...
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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