Dolmen Resort Hotel
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... the Hornblower, the boat he had recommended. The blue lagoon is a bay at the island of Camino which is the smallest of the Maltese Islands. It took about an hour to get there on the Hornblower and we saw beautiful scenery along the coast. Was also so Melieha which is one of the bays further round, so pretty! Along the way the guy gave us information over the microphone so we learnt a thing or 2. We had also signed up for the speed boat ride ...
... each with a small alter cut into the rock, that were used by families. If a family had more than six members they could dig their own room as long as all extracted materials were above ground before sunset.
After this we decided not to brave the buses and instead to walk down the hill, past the allotments below our hotel, to Mellieha bay and the beach. Lunch and a cocktail later and in the ...
... The ship's length is 881 feet or almost the length of three football fields. It houses 2,018 passengers and a crew of 949, that's almost 3,000 people. It has 11 restaurants (14 dinning options), a casino, nightclub, theater, 10 lounges & bars. It also has a video arcade, children's center, teen club, card room, internet room, and library. For physical fitness: basketball court, golf driving, sun deck, running track, fitness gym ...
... in a taxi. The taxi driver was one of Gabriel’s friends called Sandro, who ran his personal car as a taxi around the island. He was really funny and enthusiastic, and seemed to be always getting calls from clients to pick them up. I organised with him to take me to the airport when I left in a couple of days. Sandro took us to Marsa, where we walked along the docks until we saw the Charlotte Louise.
I wasn’t sure what to expect, ...
... cyclists. No bus trip is without it's dramas. It's to be expected. Today's involved an alarm going off, a long wait and being ordered off the bus. Of course moments later we were back on the bus and there was no alarm. The knock on effect was a 'spritely jog' across Valetta bus terminus to make our connection. The South is a stark contrast to the beachy, bustling North, the historical and cultural centre and densely populated ...