Porto del Sol
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Travel Blogs from St. Paul's Bay
... the street . Tim sat while I walked down the market checking out the items on sale and bought a pair of leggings. He bought some socks. We backtracked a little took a corner street and found the 16th century St Paul's Church of the Shipwreck. It was incredible inside. Part of the roof was being restored but you could see the dome and other parts of the roof that were covered in paintings. It was real pretty. We continued walking up ...
... the harbour for 2.80 Euros return and in seven minutes is a lot quicker than going the long way around by bus. After a steep walk up into the city, I was within the city walls and had a nice view back across the harbour to Tigne Point and Manoel Island, which isn't an island anymore and has given up its strategic position to house boats instead of soldiers. But if you take a ...
Today we explored Valletta, the capital city, about an hour by bus south of Mellieha. It has a completely different feel to our beach town and is a mix of old and new, a result of the bombings in World War Two. Being a country in the middle of the Mediterranean has its positives and negatives - the latter significantly highlighted when Malta was bombed more than any other European country in the ...
... told) and must have been more in line with Arabic. Mass was also in Maltese but not as hard to follow. The Christmas carols were in English, wow what a contrast. Mass was over just after 1 am, we found the bus and taken back to the resort. The bus was full, about a 12 passenger bus, and all the other passengers were brits on holiday.
Road trip to Gozo via the ferry at Cirkewwa
Today we started the day by walking up to a small street café on the street called ...
... 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 ...