Traditional Maltese Farmhouse

56 ST Bert Street, Xewkija, Island of Gozo, Malta | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 56 ST Bert Street, Xewkija, is near Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, Ghantija Megalithic Temples, Ggantija Temple, and Hagar Qim.
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    Travel Blogs from Xewkija

    Sight Seeing in Malta

    A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 12, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... coast. All aboard swam safely to land. The site of the wreck is traditionally known as St. Paul's Island, and is marked by a statue commemorating the site. As a fire was lit, Paul was bitten by a poisonous snake but he suffered no ill effects. The islanders took this as a sign that he was a special man and the reason that there is now no poisonous snakes in Malta. This scene is depicted in many religious works of art on the Islands. According to tradition, the ...

    Gozo & the Ghasri Festa!

    A travel blog entry by angela.stringer on Jun 08, 2014

    3 comments, 97 photos

    ... 8217; that we were encouraged to attend because ‘Other English’ go too!

    We had a swim when we got back, started to prepare some dinner when we heard some music begin. A band had set up near the church. We listened from our place and expected the procession soon… after what seemed an inordinate amount of time, Mary and Lynda went walking to get more info.

    The church service came first, then when they left the church ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jun 05, 2014

    ... s Eastern European." "Oh, come on! When you visit a new country, you can't eat at McDonald's ..."
    ----In fact, my "Ms. Pac-Man" was Hungarian. She and I shared great conversations, and a common love for the sea. Together, we free-dove to forty feet below the ocean's surface and chased silvery, black-faced fish. I watched her swim back-and-forth-and-back-and-forth across Ghajn Tuffieha Bay, and it made me proud. I liked her tan swimmer's legs.

    Lady Morgan

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Feb 23, 2014

    4 photos

    ... 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 ...

    10 things we've learnt

    A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Feb 18, 2014

    ... more dramatic, stunning and breathtaking as Malta. You simply have to turn around or look left or right and suddenly you're greeted with cliffs, turquoise sea, rolling fields, unspoilt farmland, flowered hills, imposing churches and sandy beaches. It is the best lift for the mind and soul, and walking for hours on end, uninterrupted is a great joy.

    In local markets we see 'produced in Malta', however, I've seen about two farmers since I arrived in ...