Db San Antonio Hotel + Spa
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... yet incredible at the same time. We had dinner at Rabat overlooking the walls surrounding Mdina. Many stories were exchanged about Malta and Australia, once again lots of laughter. I have always been told Malta is a small place and if you hop in a car you can drive around it a day. Which is correct, but the wealth of history this country holds, we have not done it justice in our stay. We will defiantly be back! We just loved Malta! We are off to Ireland ...
At 10.15am our driver for the transfer, Joe Muscat from Gozo, was out the front as promised. We loaded up and fought the traffic for about 45 mins across to the other side of Malta to catch the ferry.
The line up of cars was pretty long, the look on Joe’s face was enough to tell us that he didn’t thinks we’d get on this ferry and would have to await the next (25 mins away). For us this was no big deal, we were in holiday mode, but for ...
... past the town of Mosta and it’s magnificent domed church from 1860. We had no time to stop now as we were on a mission to see Mdina, an ancient walled city. Mdina is the old capital of Malta, with origins tracing back to 1500BC. It has a mix of Medieval and Baroque architecture and it was lovely to wander the streets. Mary & Bill were in need of some food and they’d seen Mdina before, but Lynda, Keith & I were keen to spend the hour we ...
... not about the money, but the experience. The fact we are free to do whatever we want without having to worry fits in with the whole ethos of the island.
8) Food. Considering the geographic location at the foot of Europe, the tip of Tunisia and west of Greece, you would think the local cuisine would be a fusion of all it's influences, a mix of exciting flavours and bizarre dishes. However, there is one over riding factor. Historically Malta has ...
... God for saving his life in a horrible storm (even though his friend on the same boat had died). Since it was first built, it has been demolished and moved further away from the cliff edge, because I think some of the wall was dropping away! I dared to look over the edge, and was appalled at what I saw! Used candle containers lying in a pile at the bottom! The church must just throw their rubbish over the side of the cliff! Out of sight out of mind?!