Sliema Travel Stories
A great Drive around the country
Quite a hot day. Carmen collected us for a drive to the caves. Saw some different country side and an interesting cave (Ghar Dalam - meaning cave of darkness - google it). Here they have excavated some very very old bones of animals etc. A big history. Of course we did go into the cave. This is not ...
Monday in Malta- woke up to a very mild day. Slightly windy which kept the humidity at bay. We had a nice walk to Ghar-id-dud ([i]aridoot[/i])where we had a light snack and sat and viewed the shoreline. Lovely. Went back to the flat for a rest (???). The evening we visited Carmen's aunt Cettin...
We journeyed to Aunt Dodi this afternoon. She now resides in a place for old Nuns. She was so excited to see us. Her place is very nice. She showed us around and was very proud to show off her place. We enjoyed a real good talk. No, there was no wine involved. She did, however, commented on her...
Carmen had a very close friend, Sophie, when she was in Malta 40 odd years ago. She did get in contact with her before we left and informed we will be in Malta for a holiday. No one would guess that she lives not 200 metres from where our flat is here in Malta. Such a surprise. We met up with her ...
HOT DAYS IN MALTA
This is a hot place. Although the locals say it is unusual to be this hot at this time of the year. Anyhow, regardless how hot it is we still had to do our touristy (is that a word??) bit. Our flat here in Gzira is out of the way a little. That is what you get when you select from the internet ...
About SliemaSliema, with an aproximate latitude of 35,9125 (54° 45' 0" N) and a longitude of 14,50194 (30° 6' 9" E), is located around 2 kilometers north west (321°) of Valletta, the capital of Malta. A 10 square km area around Sliema has an aproximate population of 182887 and an average elevation of 34 meters above the sea. So far 25 pictures and 7 stories has been uploaded during travels in Sliema.