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... took us around to 15 stops before going back to the ferry at Mgarr. From there it was a 1 1/2 hr hot, crowded bus ride back to Valletta. Gozo is quite a pretty place. The whole of Malta is built with sandstone. These are made on Gozo. There are some beautiful fishing villages where hand made lace is also made. They also have a tomato factory which makes other things like cheese and coffee. The bus stopped there for a little while so we could have a look see inside the factory. ...
... most of our exploring of Malta. Our first weekend trip was to the old fortified town of Mdina. This was one of the original cities back in the day, and is situated on top of a hill. Again it had hugely impressive walls, lovely little streets, and a fantastic view over a lot of Malta. We enjoyed wandering around and then decided to head to St Paul's Catacombs in the nearby town of Rabat. These dated from 400-900 AD and were very interesting! We were provided ...
... Jonathan, Gabriel and myself jumped on board the wreck, while Liz and Sandro got into the tow boat with two young crew.
Once the ropes were attached, we took it slow through the harbour, at 1 knot an hour, being towed sideways. Gabriel was ecstatic, ‘We did it, we did it! We’re going!’ There were plenty of tourists on cruise boats in the harbour, who were taking photos and pointing in disbelief. Gabriel kept yelling ‘this is the ...
... Cameron said I was welcome to join them, so I made a split second decision and decided to book flights! I think it was meant to be, because flights from Malta to Istanbul were half price at that time! I got so jittery after booking because it was so spur of the moment! How exciting and nerve racking! I actually have a departure date from Malta now…
Dinner with Ippy, Rami, Debbie, Manon, Nathalie and Richard was delightful. We laughed ...
... 45 minutes and then we got a bus up into Victoria where Chris met up with the owner of the farmhouse and got the rather large front door keys. We then walked to a lovely posh little restaurant called Maldanoldo's where we feasted on a delicately cooked meal and oh a couple of equally delicious bottles of smooth red wine, from what seemed to be the largest of wine glasses we have ever seen. From there we had a ...
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
Tapu, Thames Coast, North Island | B&Bfrom $45
Gostra Street, Xlendi | 3 star hotelfrom $66