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... sure I was going to die. It's a 40 minute ride from Malta to the little island of Gozo which we did it in 20!! Almost to the island and our crazy driver, who I might add was playing full blast the song "You must be crazy", drives full throttle towards the side of a cliff, drops power and takes us into the most beautiful caves where the water is so clear. We then head to Blue Lagoon where the locals have come for the day. Mad driver tells them he will pick them up at 5 ...
... instructions, we all rushed out the car exit anyway to a patiently waiting Joe in the carpark.
Joe took us through the streets of Gozo, avoiding the roadblocks in the capital of Victoria, set up for a mass meeting organised by the Government according to our driver. I tried to ascertain the reason for the meeting but Joe didn’t seem forthcoming or interested in discussing local politics, he was more frustrated that his usual routes were crowded with traffic avoiding ...
... couple of butchers, one ‘not so fresh’ looking and one good one; couple of fruit shops and vans; a couple of little grocery shops. Cheese and biscuits on the balcony with an amazing view, kicking back enjoying the sunset behind us with a couple of nice pics of the city behind us and some of the boats in our bay. Aussie steak and Maltese sausages with mash & colourful salads – a glass of local Prosecco in hand. The perfect end to a busy ...
... very accommodating for us vegetarians, and we've never had a problem in that department.
9) Paceville. Par-che-vil. Although it sounds like party ville, it actually means 'peace'. As with all Mediterranean Islands there is a huge clubbing scene. Paceville is basically one street in St. Julians lined with clubs, bars, strip clubs and fast food stands. On a friday, saturday and sunday night you will find the youth of Malta (usually too young) along ...
... There’s a torture museum in Mdina too, but none of us felt up to it! On the way out I posed ‘like a lady’ at the city gates. I yelled out ‘I’m a lady!’ as Ippy took a photo, which apparently made a stranger behind me smile. How nice!
Sunset was approaching, so we quickly drove to Dingli Cliffs to drink some cider as the sun went down over the ocean. The view was breathtaking, and I actually watched the sun sink ...