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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we walked around the cliffs and rock pools nearby. The other place we went to was Marsalforn beach - the water was amazing but it was a little bit rocky so we bought those beach booty things. We must have looked hilarious. We swam and sunbaked for a while. We had to get back to the ferry to get our bus transfer on time, and it was a lot of travelling to get back to Sliema. Considering Malta is such a small place it takes a while to get ...
... especially since we hadn't had any food so far. Ferry over was 25 min, amazingly windy and cold - we ended up driving to Qala and parked the car by a viewing point to go to a bar nearby for food and wi-fi access since D had no info on the b&b aside from the name. Ordered margherita pizza which was covered in dry oregano but nice and crispy; great vie of Comino from our table. One bacon, cat ...
... gas cooker and start banging on it like a caveman, even the microwave could frighten me to death; in fact I haven’t SEEN a kitchen since 2014. I am excited though, there’s been a lot of changes since I left home back in January, many of which I would have never expected coming out of this experience. Such changes make coming home a lot more exciting and refreshing than I may have expected at the beginning of the voyage. Though I’m becoming ...
... most of our exploring of Malta. Our first weekend trip was to the old fortified town of Mdina. This was one of the original cities back in the day, and is situated on top of a hill. Again it had hugely impressive walls, lovely little streets, and a fantastic view over a lot of Malta. We enjoyed wandering around and then decided to head to St Paul's Catacombs in the nearby town of Rabat. These dated from 400-900 AD and were very interesting! We were provided ...
... As we walked down to the sea, I saw a man with birds of prey on display (that rhymes!). Egil and I got to hold owl and see hawk! It was amazing. I chuckled about the ‘Egil and Owl’ encounter (people who can’t pronounce Egil’s name the Scandinavian way call him ‘Eagle’).
Unfortunately because of the windy weather, they weren’t running boat trips out to the Blue Grotto. Instead we sat by the sapphire ...