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Travel Blogs from Marsalforn
... when I wasn't about to die by stickshift or traffic roundabout). I joined a Sunday afternoon caravan of antique cars, each a labor of love, as they lazily circumnavigated the island to display their classic lines. I discovered an artists' colony in some ramshackle quonset huts left behind after WWII. Maltese craftsmanship is alive and well, down to the Phoenician glass hand-blown using the unique minerals found only here. Phoenician ...
... determinedly freezing their extremities off on the uncovered upper level would pass by close enough to touch, if I wasn't still on probation for that, or for them to point out the small piece of bacon stuck between my teeth, if it were a weekday. The only downside was the newly opened tapas bar directly below us, the theme of which, if the cacophony of sounds was any indication, was to eat lightly, drink heavily, and be besieged by repetitive techno music until it was time ...
... on any doors; that’s for sure.
The chop of the sea necessitated cancelation of the promised 'dghajsa’ harbor cruise. The harbor was not choppy but outside the harbor was choppy so we acquiesced. The Malta Maritime Museum was substituted but, by that time, many of us had ceased to listen to Anna so we went for coffee instead. Anna spent quite a bit of time on her mobile phone so she didn’t miss us much more than we missed her.
... commentary as the other carried a massive plate of today's catch, for customers to select their dinners - that may have been the highlight of the night, seeing how the wife could even carry such a massive plate of seafood, featuring several types of fish, including a huge chunk of tuna that was so dense and so red, we though it was a beef roast! But beyond the excellent food, it's the kind of place typical of the responsible-travel mantra - every penny you ...
... St Paul's. The boys are very happy to finally have some familiar faces to talk to, and the opportunity to make plans for the following days which don't include moving on.
We still haven't seen rain and Malta is very dry and dusty. It is hot both day and night and the only thing keeping us sane is the cool breeze from the water. We have hired a car and escape for drives in the afternoon to sit in the ...
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