Soleado Guest House
Travel Blogs from Sliema
... streets, but I got distracted by a huge church looming over the nearby apartments. I diverted from my course to find the church wasn't open. I’d gotten lost by this time, and Damien texted asking me to join them at Balluta Bar. I set off in what I thought was the right direction, which ended up being the complete opposite!
I accepted ...
Today the weather had improved, we still wear our coats to work because, especially for me leaving later, it is much cooler in the evenings.
I'm doing the same job at work and all is going well, some new interns have arrived so I am helping with training them - so good to continually meet new people from all over the world!
... I’ve come in the 65 days! I had a lovely sleep on the sofa though, with lots of fluffy blankets.
Travelling really helps you to appreciate the little things in life. The little things that you always take for granted back home, but make you so happy when you realise you’ve been missing them.
A warm drink when you’re cold. I had some sweet berry tea at the apartment, and ...
If our theme in Italy was museums, churches, and art galleries, then our theme for Malta could best be described as sand, sea, and swimming. On our third day we again we went with the early morning approach and caught a bus to Gnejna Bay on the west of Malta. Despite having unfriendly drivers, the bus transportation around the island is very efficient. Plus, it only costs 2. 60 (euro) for an unlimited day ...
c. 2500 B.C. The remains of more than 7,000 individuals discovered
during the course of the excavation. It is the only prehistoric underground temple in the world. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and only 60 people per day are allowed entry.
Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
Hal Saflieni Hypogeum ...