Luna Holiday Complex
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... so I ride back at low revs to collect her, turn of the engine but can't stop and the momentum clunks the jetski into her, oops. She clambers aboard and we continue our ride for another 20 mins before heading in.
What more is there to do but sit on the beach, soak up the rest of the sun before heading to the airport. We didn't pay the extra on EasyJet so I have the middle seat and not the aisle, so not only am I cramped ...
Sunday is normally a day of rest but once again we were up with the larks, my dad was going to church in the next town and I wanted to go to the bar over the road. Every Sunday there is a bikers gathering so I had a mosey on over to have a look and take some photos. The carpark was full of bikes of all makes, models and ages, most of them sports bikes with quite a few Hogs and a couple of customs. Got chatting to a guy who had built his own bike and I asked ...
... were Malta-Comino ferries running even out of high season, but that apparently was not the case. I hurried off the boat into Mgarr Harbour, and made a beeline for the tourist office. I found out about the next departure of the Comino "ferry", paid my money and then spent the better part of an hour wandering around the Mgarr area killing time. As instructed, I returned to the tourist office at the appointed hour, only to be told that since I was the ...
... there’s such a proliferation of Rabats in the world (besides the one in Morocco, there’s also one on Gozo, that goes by the name of Victoria). Although we had to change buses in Bugibba, it luckily wasn’t nearly as crowded as the bus to Valletta, so I heard fewer complaints from the peanut gallery.
To be honest, it took us longer to get to Mdina than we actually spent in the town, but it was interesting nonetheless, and at this point, ...
... I wanted to see because I ended up cold, wet and hungry (the thing was older than the pyramids of Giza, so although it’s a shame I missed it, I’m pretty sure it’ll still be around in a few years). We had a quick stop at a local food place and sampled some of the local chutneys and spreads, and then carried on for a quick stop overlooking Ramla Bay. I’m sure it’s gorgeous in the summer, as the water is a lovely aqua colour ...