When we arrived at our hotel on Malta we were wellcomed by a fantastic sunset. That was a good omen for a successful holiday.
A habour cruise is a must-do. Fortunately I could say I’ve done already when I met these sellers at the waterside promenade again.
This black ship has often been used for film productions just like many places on Malta.
Not so long ago when such busses dominated the traffic on Malta. Sometimes you can still see them.
Can xou tell me the time? You can find these odd things on church towers very often.
We had the best strawberries ever. We had bought them from a farmer somewhere at the road. His English was a bit strange. When we asked him for a special kind of fruit (Mispel, Engl. medlar) he didn’t have he said, ‚Not I have‘.
Even on Malta you can find this silly habit.
Unfortunately, a photo can’t show you what this light really looks like. The whole grotto is blue.
Mdina, the silent town. We caught a day of the yearly folk festival there.
A different day in Mdina when the streets were really quiet.
Some people park their cars on their roofs on Malta.
These cheeky sparrows could have been Berlin ones as well.