Wardija Hilltop Village

Address: Balut Road, Wardija, Island of Malta, WRD001, Malta | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Balut Road, Wardija, is near Paceville, Marsaxlokk Bay, Spinola Bay, and Rotunda (Church of St. Mary).
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      FINAL RESULTS

      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Sep 22, 2014

      ... friends, Bar Buro the Gentle Gardener and Bar Ole the Cute Deaf Boy ...
      Q: Modern O., did you ever get your driver's licence back from the Ethiopian police?
      A: Yes. It took me five weeks to track down Commander Wodacho, but I finally found him and he returned my document.

      And the final three questions came from a little Michigander, who stood 1.92 meters tall and liked to travel the world ...
      Q: Did I, the Modern Oddyseus, complete my ...

      Cakes and Cliftops

      A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Sep 01, 2014

      ... s Cathedral. There was also an absolute hidden gem in the form of Fontanella Cafe; a multi-layered cafe which had several outdoor terraces overlooking the Maltese countryside and out to the bay at Buggiba.

      Next stop was the town of Rabat, a short 5 meter walk from the main gate of Medina. Rabat lacked the charm of Medina, being formed of more general apartments, shops and traffic. However, it had a certain traditional, everything is ...

      The Bluest of Blues

      A travel blog entry by bibi64 on Jun 29, 2014

      11 photos

      ... route, we passed heaps of sea caves, and of course old ruins, just stunning. It was a beautiful chilled day. Got back just before 6, we then dropped of our towels etc and then headed out for a meal! Just shared a platter of sausage, olives Etc, then Sean had a casserole dish and I had a salad. Tomorrow we are going to jump on the bus and head over to another old village called Rabat to the south of ...

      The day was all about the night

      A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Jun 07, 2014

      5 photos

      ... street band together with their readies and really set the scene, again a strong thread within the community. The closer we traveled to the central area and the main festa point the more decorative the streets became. I am talking shake your head stuff, special street lights, religious statues the like we have never seen before are all along the entrance points to the festa. Seems our invitation was not all that exclusive as the number of people that are here and they are ...

      PEACE GROVE

      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on May 24, 2014

      ... and great stone walls. Not white nor gray - made of large, buttermilk bricks.
      -----This small island was one of the world's most densely populated countries. It could've been hard for me to find a free place to camp here; but luckily, I knew Dima.
      -----Dima was a wild and crazy, long-haired Russian guy who was sailing all over the Mediterranean, mostly illegally, in a boat that didn't belong to him. He was joined in his adventures by another wild ...