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Travel Blogs from Xlendi
... for the evening. They were late, so let's pull the ropes, blow the horn, and watch them all run for the ship. No such luck. After watching us weave through the breakwater going out we returned to the cabin exhausted from another port day. Donna passed out, and I emptied a bucket of ice watching James Bond. I stepped out into the hall to get Chocolate Man to refill the bucket only to find those dreaded disembarkation papers for Saturday. Reality was in our ...
... 70 kph. The road passes through the town of Burmarrad. The buildings along the way are typical sandstone/limestone construction, with the walls about 1 - 2 meters thick. The only color is the doors and window shutters, which are bright blues and greens. The vegetation continues to be sparse but a number of different bright green shades. There are palm trees, banana trees and all sorts of shrubbery.
From Mosta, with a large ...
... were really good. While eating our pastries on a park bench we saw the strangest thing! A crazy cat lady (who didn't look crazy at all) walked into the park with about 15 cats following at her heels as if they knew what to expect. Sure enough from her bag she pulled out cat biscuits, tins of cat meat and milk! It was obvious that this was not a one offoccasion as she greeted each of the cats by name and they all looked well fed. She spread the feast out for them all and ...
... then headed to the bus stop to get back to Ghasri. The bus was waiting and we piled on… I don’t do buses well at the best of times, and this was no exception! It was hot and stuffy, no air vents that worked and everyone was complaining. I went green very quickly and was very glad to make it back to the apartment to the bathroom! The others went off to the shops for food… dinner in with yummy pasta & salad.
Another long day but a great ...
... at my workplace in London it would be deemed as strange and look as if I had an ulterior motive. Don't get me wrong I find the whole ritual odd, but what a fantastic start to the day.
3) Weather. It is hot. Malta is so incredibly hot and I could not have wished for a better place to teach. Saying that, the humidity that gives you such warmth in the hotter months turns on you in the winter months. February and March are windy and stormy, and the cold air ...
Other places to stay in Xlendi
Xlendi Bay, Xlendi | 4 star hotelfrom $69
St. Simon Street, Xlendi | 2 star hotelfrom $52
Xlendi Promenade, Xlendi | 3 star hotelfrom $76
- Terrific Hotel
- Dirty and Expensive
- Good Value for Money
Triq it-Torri, Xlendi | Hotelfrom $45
Kofu Station, Xlendi | 3 star hotelfrom $59