Monday, October 7, 2013

Malta - Mellieha Bay

After a plane from Marrakech to Casablanca, another from Casablanca to Rome, another from Rome to Valletta and a drive from the airport we found ourselves welcomed in Mellieha Bay.  With cobble stoned streets, it's cafe's and bars, white sandy beach and English as a second language, Mellieha felt a long way from Marrakech.  Bonus; we even had our own personal tourist guide (aka my brother)!  Come with us over the next week as we explore some of the fishing villages, hot spots, the Silent City and the bastion harbour of this Island anchored in the Mediterranean with Sicily to the north, Tunisa to the west and Lybia to the south. 

4 comments:

  1. Stunning shapes and colors in your photo. Looks like a boat from centuries past. Enjoying your posts.

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  2. Those are some great colors.

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  3. What a wonderful place Joe ... I love the vibrant colours

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  4. Wonderful image Joe..what a fabulous trip you are having, looking forward to coming along with you.

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