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Welcome to my corner.. Let’s get straight into this. My partner and I decided to go on a 10-day trip as we are getting traditionally stitched up in a couple of months. All the stress from long-distance planning got to us. We chose Amsterdam, Ibiza, Marseille and Malta. Click here (AMS, IBZ, MAR, MAL) to watch videos on the channel. Keep reading for a few tips and description of our time out there with photos of course.
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Here are some activities you can do in Malta.
Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. It’s a nation known for historic sites related to a succession of rulers including the Romans, Moors, Knights of Saint John, French and British.
- Sightseeing Bus Tour:- DO yourself a favour and get the North Route ticket. Its about half-a day but worth it. The best beaches are that way.
- Fish Market (Marsaxlokk):– If by any chance you find yourself on the South Route Bus, stop here and eat some fish. Also get a shot of the colourful boats in the water. The blue grotto is another stunning location on the South Route
- Wander the streets of Valletta:- This was the are we lived at and as you know, wandering is a fav of ours.
- Mdina:- Mdina is the old capital of Malta and referred to as the “Silent City”. It’s not to hard to understand why. There are limited cars that can enter to immaculate town, mostly owned by the approximately 300 residents. This contributes to the peaceful atmosphere as you stroll through the narrow cobbled streets admiring the shuttered windows and a handful of quaint shops.
- Beaches:- Għajn Tuffieħa and Golden Bay. Bothe sandy beaches with the dopest views.
We stayed at BlueRay Apartments. Their rooms are extremely generous with space. As in, 6 people could comfortably stay in our apartment.
Postcards from Malta 🇲🇹
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