I lived in marsalforn in the seventies and eighties most of the buildings were falling down, they had no choice but to build again.
unrecognisable to how it was 20 years ago, ruined by all the building work.
The most people I have seen on this beach in 2 years of watching. LOL
David, I believe they are putting in another breakwater.
I don't understand the clearing of the beach and then dumping back into the sea just down the ramp.
You would think that by now they would have got rid of the sea weed, It must be starting to smell.
06.05.19. Cars trying to dodge the waves crashing in!
David .I was here a few days ago and noticed on way out sitting on the that there is a notice board with the plan for a double breakwater to protect the bay. gan canny
What a difference a day makes.Shows the need for new breakwaters
I think the waves are bigger than the last storm at the moment very big must be a lot of flooding on the front
Carol Ex. the Sea view could have done with that to drain the water out or should they have just fitted sealed windows,mind you on that occasion the rain was horizontal.
Derek, when I lived in Malta many years ago, our flat had channels cut into the wall just under the windows, so that when rain came in it ran down the channels and out through a hole in the wall. You don`t see that any more.
sunday 24 feb. the waves clearing the tops of those sea front properties,I hope that their windows are well sealed I had experience of a storm while staying in the old Sea view in Bugibba where the rain was blasted around the frames and flooded the room. some folks on the front had gone out leaving their patio doors open.
Bay looking calmer now, thank goodness.
now that is very rough not seen it this bad before
Good to see this camera back. Must be stormy there the street lights are not on?