I only had time to visit one of the three Heritage Malta sites in Rabat, having only arrived there around 3pm. I was assured by the curator of the Domus Roma, a Roman villa, that the place to visit if
I hadn’t planned on coming to Rabat, in fact I only found out it was worth visiting until I was at the airmuseum. My recommendation to others is to plan to go there. It is a lovely town which amongst
Now is as good a time as any to tell you how I was getting around Malta. I had heard there is a comprehensive bus system. Which there is, and it is good value. A single bus ticket is valid
While in the car museum, I learned of the aircraft museum which commemorates the Air Battle of Malta in 1942. Due to its position in the Mediterranean, Malta was under siege and heavily fought over during the second World War.
Since last week’s post, I was asked where in Malta this museum is. Malta isn’t that big after all, at it was a fellow car enthusiast who asked. The answer: it’s in the basement of an apartment building in Qawra.
I had no idea there was a car museum on Malta when I decided to travel there. I fact I only found out about it accidentally when I saw a leaflet for it at the airport while waiting for my
I started noticing images of holy figures beside the doors in Sliema when I was photographing the Gallarijas and how they are held up. Even the door to the utility shed at the beach towards St Julien had one. I assume