Romantica Xlendi Gardens
Travel Blogs from Xlendi
... by British standards), loud and aggressive. It depends who you are talking to and why. Women tend to be more competitive and aggressive. Saying that every morning when I arrive at work there is at least 5 minutes dedicated to wishing me good morning, followed by compliments about my hair or clothes and genuine questions about what I did and ate the night before. All answers are given full attention and consideration then the return to the photocopier. If I ...
... open, and the people from inside were walking out on the road buying fruit from a van! I thought it was quite intriguing. I’ve heard many locals telling me that refugees come to Malta and often stay illegally forever. I haven’t researched it though, but I know it’s an issue.
After a roller coaster ride on a tiny rocky dirt road, we came to St. Peter’s Pool. A short walk down a path and we had a spectacular view of the azure ...
The school is decorated and VH1 is playing the best Christmas hits, but with the midday sun shining through the windows, and the calm blue sea outside my classroom window, it's not the Christmas I know. Phoebe went out with her workmates, and I met up with them later for dinner and drinks. One was leaving, but she'll be in London we can meet ...
Today was the day to say farewell to Malta, and so we did. It was sad, but after even the few days we spent there, I was ready to go home. My dirty little secret: I think alot of that had to do with forgetting my hair straightener. It's morally depressing to look frizzy haired and - dare I say it? - rather 80's. Supper was a delicious, of course, and after such a busy day sleep was more delicious still. Wandering and shopping are tiring like that.
... do lace work when she was 10 years old and has been doing it ever since.
Dinner was with the whole group at Rampila Terrace Restaurant. It was one of the neatest places we ate but probably my least favorite meals. I found out that I’m not really a skilled swordfish eater. I kept chomping the bones!
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
Gostra Street, Xlendi | 3 star hotelfrom $66