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Road trip to Gozo via the ferry at Cirkewwa
Today we started the day by walking up to a small street café on the street called Dolmen, near the Trolees supermarket and had a baguette with cheese and a beverage for breakfast. Today the plans is to drive northwest and cross over to the island of Gozo.
Following signs through St. Paul’s Bay up the hill toward the town of Mellieha and Ghadira, past the Red Tower, and to the ferry town of Cirkewwa. There ...
This morning we had to be at the tourist office at 8:30am to be picked up for our trip to Gozo today. Surprise surprise they were late! We are starting to get really sick of being on island time, things just don't happen when they say they will! They were only about 10min late but that meant we missed our 9am ferry by just a few minutes and had to wait 45min for the next one! So frustrating! Eventually we got on the ferry and did the short 20min crossing to Gozo. A tour man ...
... it is the only time in my life someone has listed a floor as a 'must see’ so we headed to see the floor of St John’s (after getting a much needed coffee and a few minutes of air conditioning).
The cathedral was built by the Knights of Malta between 1573 and 1578, who were famous for holding on to Malta despite being vastly outnumbered in a siege by ...
Early start with time for a last walk and photos along the Seine. Our taxi driver was from *****ia, with an amazing story. During the 45 minute ride we discussed religion, politics, families, boat people and values both in France, Australia and *****ia. He spoke passionately about his home and family in *****ia, and the difficulties that people face there. We never fully appreciate how lucky we are to live in Australia. ...
... the roads again down to Valletta. This time we made it in one piece (despite my periodic checkups of, "Are you still ok? There's a hundred buses going this route, we can take all day getting on and off them if you need to.") and ended up sitting on the edge of the harbour, reminiscing about our childhoods. The smell of salt was strong in the air, and the waves lapped gently against the harbour wall. We dangled our feet over the side like ten ...