Cardor Holiday Complex
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... from the small uninhabited islet of Filfla. Every day from sunrise until about 1 pm a unique sight can be observed here. The location of the cave combined with the sunlight lead to the water mirroring, showing numerous shades of blue. Several caverns mirror the brilliant phosphorescent colours of the underwater flora; other caverns show a deep dark shade of blue. Once again breathtaking! We then head off to Mdina, it was the original capital of ...
... seems to have a heavy influence from Italy also. We keep finding Italian restaurants every where we go.
The next day we venture out on a day trip to comino Islands and the blue lagoon. Crystal clear blue waters you just wouldn't believe. We drove past lots of cool little caves and cliffs and also had a bit of a tour while in the boat. Kayla and I wandered comino which is mostly rocky and desert like and stumbled upon our own little hideaway (actually the back of a ...
... lovely local wine.
After a leisurely and extremely filling lunch, we said goodbye to Joe and headed off for a swim. Lynda & Keith jumped from a height into the clear blue sea… too scary for me! I had a swim from the shallows.
We tackled the hill back and I noted the improvement in my skills driving the large 7 seater van we hired – no stalling on the hill, changing gears with ease on the slope, back at the house in no time.
A swim in ...
... with a local Hop On Hop Off bus salesman (Michael from England) the day before, to catch the 9am Blue bus from Silema and see the North part of Malta today. Our slack start to the day saw us strolling along the waterfront from Gzira to Silema, 5 mins, and catching the 10.30 Blue bus… holiday time finally!
The Blue Bus route took us from Silema, back through Gzira where we could have started but would have missed the best seats up top! We ...
... is not an issue isolated to Malta, but the whole of the EU. Also it is a small island. An influx leads to overcrowding, fracturing tight knit communities. It is a difficult situation and one that is hotly debated.
5) The countryside. As you can see from some of these photos, Malta is incredibly beautiful. When you move out of the crowded towns and cities (which is a 20 minute bus ride max.) and just walk through fields and along coastline, there ...