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... and the operators living quarters. We then stopped shortly at Calypso's Cave, the famed location from Homer's The Odyssey in which the beautiful nymph Calypso seduces Odysseus into living with her for 9 years after the Trojan War. I particularly liked this location becuse of its connectin with Greek Mythology, and one of my favorite books. The entrance to the cave was situated high up in the cliffs above ...
... We walked around there for 30 minutes, then headed to the capital city of Victoria.
We hiked up the long staircase to the top of the Citadel. The cathedral sits in the plaza at the top. We went in the archeological museum to see the artifacts from Ggantija temple.
Lunch was on your own, so we found a cafe at the very top of the city wall, and enjoyed a tuna pizza with salad and beer.
We shopped a bit at the Flea Market, then ...
We had earmarked a whole day of our holiday to visit the island of Gozo. We caught a local bus to the small port of Cirrekewwa and then boarded the compact ro-ro ferry to Gozo. The passage took about thirty minutes, similar to crossing from Portsmouth to the Isle of Wight. We sailed past the smaller island of Comino, which we would be returning to the next day. Arriving in Gozo at Mgarr ...
... couple, we headed straight for the Citadel in Victoria. This was probably our favourite destination of the whole holiday; secret passageways with cactuses creeping out of the cracks in the limestone and beautiful views across the yellow flowers and lush green fields of the island. Bill's highlight was a 2 euro lasagne from the Patizzeria! We stocked up on Maltese rice for dinner. ...
... empty, there was a loud screeching noise, the wind was gusting furiously and I wondered if the world were ending. There was a small market square with lots of handmade sweater stalls and a restaurant - It was named Tork (or something like that) and advertized traditional Gozan food. I was sold....and I could eat on the terrace (upstairs balcony). The waitress offered their local fish special of lampuki but I kind of had my heart set on the ...
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