Travel Blogs from Sanat
A familiar feeling yet again, this time an entirely new experience. Leaving the beautifully historical city of Edinburgh, heading to an island in the Mediterranean. Where you ask? Malta!! Finally at the airport only to find out that my flight has been delayed at least 40 min. Not having had much to eat today, I grab a cheap pasta salad from Boots (Similar to Shoppers Drug Mart) and head to my gate. In typical Tanya fashion ...
... with the crew of the boat as they where feeding the Mullet fish on the side of the boat occasionally a sly Barracuda would glide through the water bolting at the smaller fish. The men feeding them all had wonderful senses of humor laughing and talking about the fish and the gull swinging low just nearby.
Taking a break from the fish Cari and I walked to the small sand beach just past where we were docked. The sad slid away under my feet ...
... Dinghli cliffs. On the way to Medina we stopped at the Catacombs of St. Paul. They were very big Roman-style catacombs. After the catacombs we went and saw the St. Paul's church. We had some free time in Medina to walk around and sight-see for ourselves. Also, another church we went to is called ...
... of a large hollow with a central passage and
burial chambers cut on each side. One of the chambers still contains
original burial deposits. The middle level consists of various chambers
very smoothly finished, which give the impression of built masonry. The
workmanship is all the more impressive when it is considered that the
chambers were meticulously ...
... harbour contained a number of brightly coloured fishing boats and was a real sun trap. As the heat of the day left us, we took the bus back to Bugibba and in the evening, we dined in Mother Earth restaurant, eating the Maltese dish of rabbit in garlic and white wine. It was a fabulous dinner with plenty of meat and huge portions followed by chocolate pancakes for ...
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