Travel Blogs from Marsalforn
... all did....right?!) M'dina is like walking on to a movie set except every stone is absolutely real. M'dina residents actually fought invaders right here, sacrificing themselves in these streets to protect their homes, families and churches. M'dina has a spiritually-crowded feel that sets my skin tingling and my heart racing. I could not linger here for very long!
I enjoyed driving through the interior and the coastline very ...
... two bathrooms, one of which actually had a light switch in the general vicinity of the bathroom itself, two unimaginably uncomfortable couches, but couches nonetheless, and incredible views out over the beautiful, and entertaining, bay of Marsalforn. We even had a little glass alcove right on the corner where we could sit, read and look out from our 2nd floor perch, and enjoy the hourly appearance of a double decker tourist bus where the camera-wielding and idiotically ...
... nominations to become Pope.
Later, we pass a mosque. Anna dismisses it as “an unwelcome gift from Mohamar Ghaddafi.” Later, we see three Muslim women in hijab at a bus stop making me wonder if maybe not everyone is Roman Catholic. I do, however, look back to be absolutely certain they weren’t nuns. However, from the icons, numbers of churches, street names and other outward indications, nearly everybody here is Catholic. We see ...
... lending the place a wonderful dynamic. It was quite entertaining watching the efficiency of the husband and wife, as they quickly buzzed around the restaurant - one would drop off a basket of freshly-baked bread on a table, and the other would follow seconds later, with a variety of accompanying dips. One would deliver a table its entrees, with the other two steps behind, carrying plates of fresh-out-of-the-oven Maltese potatoes. One would ...
We arrived in Malta in the early hours of the morning after a great night crossing. We had constant wind the whole way and a nice flat sea, which made for very pleasant sailing. The moon kept us company for awhile and there was lots of radio chatter to keep us entertained. This was probably some of the best sailing of the whole trip.
We are tied up in a marina at Msida and have met up with a family from the ...
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