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... pre-historic giants because of the size of the stones used, with the largest stone weighing around 57 tonnes. No one knows how the stones were put in place and the quarry was a kilometre away.
The Azure Window at Dwejra (a huge natural arch in the cliff) was amazing. We were allowed half an hour here and I could have spent twice as long just taking photos from different angles.
The Inland Sea, also at Dwejra, is a cliff-bound lagoon fed by the sea from a ...
Had a tour of the north of the island today - in the driving rain:( I'm sure the scenery is much better in the sun. Did get a glimpse of the sunshine at about 4 o clock but the biting wind made it hard to enjoy. We will just have to return when the weather is ...
I'd stayed up until 5.30am Skyping the beautiful Danielle Brunetti in Canada. I didn’t regret being tired though, because we had such a good talk, and it was so good to see her face. I know I’ve found a friend for life in that girl!
I stepped out of the house, with a bound in my stride. Even though I didn’t know at the time, I was off on a shopping spree! The beautiful sea was ...
... incredible...nothing like being inside nice & warm while all that is going on outside.
I like the feel of Malta the people are friendly, I was surprised that most speak English although that soon became apparent why. Even this time of year the English & German arrive to a warmer winter than back home, & they stay for 3-4months. Tourism is what Malta is ...
... into warm spa pools in public swimming areas.
We visited the old capital city of Mdina (sounds like Imdina), "the silent city", where we had a history lesson on the Knights of Malta through cheesy wax museums and poorly made low budget films. We also spent a couple of hours exploring the winding streets and popping into a couple of Maltese blown glass shops. The houses of Mdina have brightly coloured doors and large bronze or brass door knockers carved into ...