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Travel Blogs from Marsalforn
... a matter of around a mile squared, so walking even to the furthest part of town only really takes 15/20 minutes. So we headed across town, still keeping shtum about what I’d sorted – it wasn’t until we bumped into Heather and Koti where Koti said “so you’re off to lunch now yeah?” – obviously I played it down with a cool and calm “What? no, yes, maybe, shh!”.
We arrived at Giannini and greeted by the owners ...
... the height of summer and they're taking their holidays in London or Dublin. Where there was life there were flags flying, not just Malta flags but all sorts including religious icons. It's my type of city/ town with the historic centre built around a harbour, medieval walls, castle, maybe a church or two, not too much high rise or industry. Hoping it will look good at sunset and later too as we don't leave until midnight. I'm glad I made it ...
... Thank you Working Holiday Visa!
I knew it would be wrong to leave Malta without visiting the majestic Grandmaster's Palace, so I paid the fee and spent a few hours inside.
Over the years, this building had been enlarged and developed by successive Grandmasters to serve as their official residence. Nowadays it is the Office of the President of Malta and the House of Representatives, but tourists can still visit the ostentatious ...
... in Sliema. Finding rolled oats for the ANZAC biscuits was a bit of a debacle, because I wasn’t sure if they were just porridge oats, or something different! It was both comforting and chaotic to be in a big supermarket again after using local corner stores for a couple of months.
Back home, we made a delicious curry with vegetarian sausages and heaps of veges. It was amazing! Then I worked on creating my Aussie quiz for the upcoming Australia Day party. The sunset from ...
In the morning I caught a Hop On Hop Off tour bus from Marsalforn while Lars and Nicole kept fixing the cupboard at her Dad's house.
I picked up some headphones (these buses tell you the history of the area while you drive) and then sat right up the top. We first passed the town of Xaghra, which houses the oldest freestanding structures in the world, called the Ggantija Temples. I’d been told by a couple of people that it was 'just a pile of ...
Other places to stay in Marsalforn
Marina Street, Marsalforn | 4 star hotelfrom $89
- Ffriendly Calypso
- Can;t believe the negative comments
- Thank you Trip Advisor!!
Qolla Street, Marsalforn | 3 star hotelfrom $93
Vally Road, Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $92
B Xaghra Road, Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $266
Qbajjar Rd, Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $60