Traditional Maltese Farmhouse
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Xewkija
... he would spot a rep on the quay and try and have a conversation with them without stopping. After a while is was apparent he was picking up stragglers, the funny thing about it is there was no more room in the minibus so we had no idea how anybody else was going to get on. Whilst on the phone the driver managed to say that he was taking us to Valletta to catch another bus. We recognised some of the areas we travelled through we had walked there a couple of days previously. As we ...
... coming home there had been a dance show on and from the scaffolding and lights set up it looks like it is regularly used. It was built in the 1860's and destroyed in a German air raid in 1945. We then proceed to the palazzo Parisio where Napolean Bonparte stayed during his 6 days on Malta. We continued down the street trying to find the palazzo Castellanio the law courts but had no luck instead we came across a market in the ...
... to St Peter’s Pool, a swimming spot on the other side of the peninsula instead. The roads were shocking and rather narrow, which is surprising considering how popular the place is with the locals. It was a really nice spot, with really clear water, a few places to jump in from the edge and even a few little fishies swimming about the place.
Having not seen the town, I got off with a couple of the guys to have dinner in Marsaxlokk instead of the ...
... it and St Juliens are is also where wealthy and middle class Maltese live - a bit like Helen's Bay, Cultra at home. I had a superb dinner of Red Mullet but at 23 euro was a lot more expensive then Marsaxlokk where it woul have been about 17 euro. However it was very fresh and a lot better than last night. Tomorrow I go to the other three war museums that I have paid for and will probably return to Sliema to eat my last meal in Valletta. Chow ...
... rock face with a hole in it called the Azure window. Very pretty! We saw pics of what it looks like with the tide in and it looks even cooler! Apparently large pieces of rock keep falling down and within a few year it will be know as the Azure pinnacle as it would've opened up completely. After a few snaps we were back on the bus heading to Xlendi Bay which is one of the most popular bays in Gozo. We were expecting a nice beach but it was actually really tiny and pebbles ...