Hi folks I have posted a photo from the Gleneagles pub last month enjoying a glass of wine while waiting for the queue to subside(it was out the door and half way down the building at one point) gan canny.
12may18-- Thank you DaveS. Sad information but good to know. EnJoy EnJoy
A good job the Oosterdam visited on Wednesday and not on Tuesday. Mgarr was clossed to traffic for nearly 3 hours whIle The AFM with sniffer dogs searches the terminal after receiving a bomb threat. Traffic was backed up for along way,of course the Route Bus could use the opposite side of the road to get to Mgarr. Sailings were resumed around 3.00pm
Were is Xlendi Bay webcam please
Oosterdam anchored up and sending boats out to Comino and to Mgarr. saves a long drive from Valletta by coach.gan canny
Can somebody please wipe the camera lens at the Ferry Terminal - Thanks
Just look at the Google Maps satellite view for "Gozo, Mgarr". You can see the road layout quite clearly then.
Hi Avril, from memory there is a oneway system, the road on the right has all the traffic leaving the ferry and all the traffic from the foot passenger pick-up and drop-off area, the road that goes over it is all the traffic going to the marshalling area to board the ferry to Malta, the road on the left goes to the foot passenger drop-off / pick-up area and it comes back out at a roundabout next to the tunnel and joins the traffic from the ferry. Hope this helps, I'll take another look when we visit at the beginning of June.
Does the road under the road lead to ferry? Sometimes it looks contested as if queuing to go into the ferry terminal.
A very breezy day today with high winds and sporadic showers. It has been very unsettled for the last couple of days, so much so the Ghanjselem carnival had to be cancelled on Saturday afternoon much to the disappointment of many children who were set to parade in their special costumes.
Hi Moocher; I've got to wait till August until I can sit on a bench & enjoy this view & then slowly stroll down to the harbour. It will be worth the wait.
I feel lucky to pass by this view almost every day as I stroll down to the harbour.
Derek the islands name is Comino or in Maltese Kemmuna. It is was my father was raised.
Too bad there isn't a camera at the other endof Mgarr Harbour then I could watch the condition of my boat from around the world during storms. PHC