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Travel Blogs from Marsalforn
... at the seems all fitted out and adorned in red, all their best silverware and behind locked key trinkets front and centre, the place smells of money. All the different community clubs and business organisations send flower centre pieces that are placed throughout and St. Philip in silver looming over everyone. St.Phil even gets to go for a run through the streets tomorrow afternoon, he is carried by the strongest of men. Bloody good show I say. We have some grub in ...
... what it's all about, but it seems like the stray (?) cat population is suitably cared for at various feeding stations around town, one of which comes complete with three dog houses for the finicky felines. We passed olive trees and looked out at the brilliant azure of the Mediterranean, and then wandered through town some more. We stopped to check out the Carnival parade, and then kept going, shooing off horse-drawn carriage drivers who tried ...
... cookies, and quoting all the lines.
Val and Manica came home from a big day out, and Rami came home from work. All 7 of us made dinner at the same time in the kitchen, and in this case, too many cooks DIDN’T spoil the broth. We put everything in the middle and shared. Debbie, Chrissy and I were proud of our spinach and ricotta ravioli with pesto, the orange drizzle cake and the ‘nabana’ smoothies. We’d truly outdone ourselves ...
... pull out of the long line, and cut across the traffic, breaking many road rules. A police man followed him, and we thought he was going to be busted, but the cop just took the same shortcut that the offender had! Only in Malta! (Random fact: you don’t have to pay to catch the ferry from Malta to Gozo, but you have to pay on the way back – bizarro!)
Nicole drove us back to Gzira, to the apartment that I’ll be living in for the ...
It was SO COLD LAST NIGHT. It was like a hurricane was howling outside our window! I wore a singlet, a long sleeve thermal, my flannelette pyjamas and a jumper and I was still cold. So much for 'welcome to sunny Malta!'
After checking out at 10am, we walked around Qbjjar Bay looking at the salt pans and an old fort. It was so fun to jump from rock to rock and look out over the wide blue ocean.
Breakfast at Murella in Marsalforn ...
Other places to stay in Marsalforn
Marina Street, Marsalforn | 4 star hotelfrom $89
- Ffriendly Calypso
- Can;t believe the negative comments
- Thank you Trip Advisor!!
Qolla Street, Marsalforn | 3 star hotelfrom $93
Vally Road, Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $92
B Xaghra Road, Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $266
Xaghra Road , Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $31
Qbajjar Rd, Marsalforn | Hotelfrom $60