Traditional Maltese Farmhouse
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Travel Blogs from Xewkija
... Every trial that you are going through is like another jackhammer beside your ear....something that tries to demand your attention and is so loud that it is barely possible to tune it out. Maybe some trials are more noisy than others or seem close to you than others, but they all accumulate and compound in your mind no matter how big or small they are. Therefore, I will keep walking down the this road I am on and I will wait for the calm of the afternoon whenever it ...
... at both Barrakka Gardens, then strolling both the streets and harbour side for a few hours. This tour was designed for kids meaning Gab and I hardly saw ours all morning as they played with the other kids. We also had a few kid features in the tour, dramatic stories about the knights, and a visit to a toy museum.
After the tour we humped our second send home package off to the Post Office, I think in an attempt to clear room for ...
... and pay your 5€ per chair and extra 5€ for an umbrella between two. There’s really no other option… sit on the sharp rugged rocks in the blazing sun or select your space & pay!
As we were early, we chose our places from a wide range and set up camp for the few hours we would spend. The water was inviting but rather chilly so we had a dip and then sat in our space. We people-watched and found it hard not to remark on the ...
... BIRGU -
-----A part of Malta's "Three Cities" neighborhood, this walled town began on a hilltop. Its straight, buttermilk architecture descended towards blue sea, on a curvy urban peninsula. From the hilltop, this peninsula could be seen romancing with a calm marina, stretching to conquer a piece of the main harbor, and gazing across the water at other buttermilk towns.
-----Inside Birgu's depths, narrow alleys turned a mocha color in the shadows. ...
... which was covered in plastic and had a big branch for her to perch on. She was sitting up on the cupboard surveying the room. She flew straight to Gabriel and was very affectionate. At first we were cautious of each other, but I fed her some tasty grains and she warmed to me. By the end of the visit she would fly to me, sit on my arm and attempt to eat my ring!
The Blue and Gold Macaw is a very majestic bird, but I’m not sure if you can ever be truly relaxed ...