Ta Gianni Farmhouse
Travel Blogs from Gharb
... throng, actually the place is like one large tin of King Oscars and then settle in to watch some of the fire works as we traditionally know them. They run from two sites so they are continuous and blast for, wait for it, easy 2.5 hours. We had a few Pieras, they are a little strange here and call the local drop Cisk along with the local soft drink brew, Kinnie, a bitter blend of orange, spice and burnt caramel. During all of this there is either a brass band marching and ...
... by car bombs or gunned down (with their wives, and with five-man escorts) between 1979 and 1992, while trying to combat the mafia.
-----Steve Biko, a black South African activist who opposed apartheid, died after a twenty-two-hour police interrogation that included torture and beatings and which left him in a coma.
-----Ken Saro-Wiwa, a *****ian writer, tried to save his Ogoni people's homeland from the destructive resource exploitation of Shell Oil; ...
... that is 7000 years old...so there have been many versions over the millennia.
With 31,000 Gozitans (included in the total Maltese census of 420,000), 46 churches, stone circles, myserious ancient ruts carved into stone, Gozo is a world apart from Malta. Yes, 46 churches on one little island.
Gozitans steadfastly maintain their historic claim to be Ogygia, the island where ...
... the interesting things was just seeing the assortment and watching the cleaning of the fish.
We ate a great seafood lunch (calamari, mussels and giant prawns) and enjoyed a carafe of wine at a cafe on the shore...what a great day!
And to top it off, we had one of the best cannoli ever at the Valletta terminal.
... walked up a hill situated in a place called Ras il-Mignuna, which are the cliffs we can see from Buggiba. It had beautiful views and was so quiet compared to places such as golden bay. We did the long walk back and reflected on how we still haven't seen so much of this tiny island. We really enjoyed the walk, and next time we'll go further, heading North to Ghain Hadid and Selum Bay. In the evening we drank some wine and cooked up a ...
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9 N.S. Off trux Street, Gharb | Hotelfrom $37