Dolmen Resort Hotel
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This morning was yet another very early start as we wanted to beat the crowds to the Blue Lagoon - a sheltered inlet in the tiny island of Comino, halfway between Malta and Gozo. After having traveled south all week, we decided to use our location near the ferry port to our advantage. Up, fed and out to the port we went. Not having done any research we were fairly surprised to see boats to Comino and Gozo leaving from 3 different locations; we were ...
... 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 ...
Seems we have an affinity to churches and their bells, we are woken this morning by the bells, some earlier than others. The bell tower is no more than 50 meters away! You do quickly acclimatise to the rhythm and routine of them and I do like them around. In Malta they boast 365 churches so a different one for every day of the year. As we arrived so late last night we awake as if it is Christmas morning, the surprise of travel and what is in today's chocolate box for me is ...
... of them seemed to be doing much farming.
6) Gozo. Gozo is as much Maltese as Ireland is English. Gozitans openly dislike the Maltese, and vis versa. Luckily for us, they like the British, and feel compelled to tell us when we go. What's the difference? that little stretch of sea has meant the two cultures have developed apart. Gozitans are ultra religious (catholic), ultra traditional (pre-industrial revolution) and all part of one big ...
... 1649, and we were shocked to learn that the outer walls are four meters thick! It was the Knights' primary stronghold in the west of Malta, and was manned by 30 men, with ammunition and supplies to withstand a siege of 40 days. It’s in the perfect location because you can see lots of Malta, and over the water to Gozo as well. On the way out we tried on some fake armour. I have no idea how knights wore real amour! It would have been so heavy ...