Bella Vista Hotel
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... hotel room is right opposite the water and has a pool right there too. Most of the restaurants are waterfront here even the most basic like Maccas and sandwich places.
The first night we found a little restaurant called plum tree and tried some rabbit stew, octopus salad, the locally brewed beer cisk and wine la vallette. Kayla likes the wine options here because often they ask if you want half for about 5euro or full for 8-10euro.. They are referring to half or ...
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-----Here were ... The Top 5 Best Things about Malta!:
1. FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL
2. GHAJN TUFFIEHA BEACH
3. ARCHITECTURE / STUNNING CHURCHES
... people loved her and have memories to share...from pirate parties, to swinging off the mast into the deep azure sea near the Blue Grotto.
As I mentioned in my previous blogs, after painstaking efforts, and considerable financial investment, Gabriel and Eddie (a skilled diver) had managed to raise her to the ocean surface with air lifting bags and barrels. Today, we would move her, and I felt so privileged to be a part of the next stage of the Charlotte ...
... each one of them special nicknames. Ah, that Devil’s Bit Cider, does wonders! When the pub shut, the lovely Iva and Josh came back to my room. We talked for a long time and when Josh decided to ‘rest his eyes’, Iva showed me some great yoga-type breathing exercises. In the wee hours of the morning we decided to wake Josh up so he could walk home with Iva. We poked him, shook him and lifted up his eyelids but nothing seemed to work, so we just left him ...
So Friday will bring a tour of Gozo and ferry and bus back to Buggibba and sadly our last night. The week has been relaxing and seeing Malta from one end to the other can understand why people come here. Saturday will see us flying back and getting the woolly jumpers out. Thanks to Chris and Phoebe for an enjoyable stay.
We have actually had time to write a final entry before our last day tomorrow. And what ...