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... in hand, 2 towels for €7.95, we headed back to the car for the trek back, only about 15mins.
After dropping the food in the fridge we went exploring! Heading to Marsalform, on the coast about 30mins drive, where we were in search of a restaurant called "Beppe’s", owned by a friend of a Maltese chap Keith works with. Down a very steep hill in the car, I had shrieks of fear from the back… all was good but I did wonder how we would make it back up! We found ...
... through the crazy traffic, less crazy than Rome but crazy nonetheless! We headed on towards and past Valetta the capital, past the San Anton Gardens and decided to stop for ½ an hour at Ta’Qali Craft Village.
This was an interesting little place with all the craft shops set up in the former World War II military aerodrome using the old Nissen huts. We wandered around, in and out of shops watching the silversmiths creating the ...
This morning we had a change of plan, and instead, spent the morning in Gozo walking, enjoying the early sunshine and a quick coffee shop visit. We headed back to Malta on the midday ferry and spent lunchtime on the beach in Mellieha - perfect. Tomorrow morning we plan to get up early to watch the sunrise over Qawra near our flat - can't ...
... full to take us home. We decided to walk and by fate found an Italian clothes shop with huge discounts. I bought a woollen cardigan and some jogging bottoms for about 12 pounds! We also discovered Sunday afternoon is the new Saturday night, with young maltese people dressed up and drinking in crowded bars as the sun set. More pictures to ...
... it was like during the Knights. I pictured my favourite animal, the horse, galloping around as royalty until all the tourists disappeared. That quickly changed and after the third time of someone asking me to take a family portrait, I entered the city walls. There must be hardly any locals living here anymore as most little shops seem to have been converted to souvenir boutiques. I stopped in one and bought old stamps, ...