We sipped delicious local wine and raised a glass to a view we’ll not forget in a long, long time
pyramid of luxury, the 40-plus years of heritage it holds is a little touch of modern life in a world that can be found just 20 minutes from the capital. And as we unwound on our private balcony that overlooked the bay, we sipped delicious local wine and raised a glass to a view that we’ll not forget in a long, long time.
As the crash of waves hits the side of the bay, we slapped the suncream on and headed for a new day of Maltese adventure.
In a pinch yourself sort of moment, we witnessed Caravaggio’s largest painting – The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist – held in the St John’s Co-Cathedral. Photography is the rocky terrain and towards our departing flight home, the history of this city shines as bright as the sun.
As glorious the modern world can be, celebrating something that came before – as the very proud local Maltese residents do here daily – is as enjoyable as any modern creation. For a holiday that mixes a country’s colourful past with the proud nature of tomorrow, go-go to Gozo and fall in love with Malta, as we did.