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... out into the street at 3 am to squeal with laughter at most everything and do your utmost to loudly talk over each other until the police show up. Some of them were very good at it.
Now, for the Top 10 things we did/saw/touched gently on the ancient Isle of Gozo:
10. Ggantija Temples
That is actually pronounced something like ji-gan-tee-ya, but with a little bit of spitting and a weird amount of emphasis on the 'y'. But don't worry if you can't ...
... car map, which omninously looked a bit more complicated than the "it's a small island so you can't possibly get lost" narrative. Mustering my confidence to deploy the Scottish Ready, Fire, Aim motif embedded within my DNA, I made one last defiant loop in the rental car lot and launched straight out the exit...and into the wrong lane!
So the grill of the oncoming new Toyota Yaris has such an attractive...uh oh, why am ...
... was about 6 p.m. and we were getting hungry but we faced a dilemma many people visiting Spain must also face. Restaurants don’t begin serving dinner until 8 p.m. at the earliest (that is if you like eating alone). 10 p.m. is probably the most popular time for Spaniards to start arriving for dinner. We had calculated that we would need to be up by 3 a.m. to catch our flight. There was no way we were going to wait to eat as we wanted to ...
... directly to a much-deserving family, one that most likely sources everything from local suppliers, that is probably also be family-run. Sure, you could stay at a big resort and dine at its restaurants, with the majority of your money sent out of the country, further bloating the coffers of some foreign Fat Cat Executives. So though it's a very small thing to do for the local economy and people, dining at places like this do leave you with the ...
... to the boats for touring, snorkelling, diving or fishing.
Being a small island, fishing and tourism are the main industries here but also Malta is famous for it’s colourful hand-made glass and it’s knitted clothing and crochet lace. The handicrafts village we visit has lovely Maltese jewelry, glass and souvenirs for sale and it’s fun just chatting to the shop owners, many of whom actually make the handicrafts onsite.
The religious ...
Other places to stay in Marsalforn
Marina Street, Marsalforn | 4 star hotelfrom $64
- Ffriendly Calypso
- Can;t believe the negative comments
- Thank you Trip Advisor!!
Qolla Street, Marsalforn | 3 star hotelfrom $81
Vally Road, Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $24
Xaghra Road , Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $31
Qbajjar Rd, Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $64