Hi folks I have uploaded a couple of photos one is of St.Anthony of Padova church the other across the bay of the Lourdes Chapel. gan canny.
7feb19--Jon, How great for you seeing the 5 mast sailing ship, even anchored. I've visited a famous sailed ship, docked, in Boston Harbour. It is a bit staggering the advances in technologies of sailing. Malta was always front and center.
The lenses are very dirty ?
Hold on to your hats, a very breezy day here on Gozo and thunderstorms forecast for the next two days.!!
i'm looking forward to catching one of the big liners stopping in the strait between Gozo & Comino. When we were stopping there last year the large 5 mast sailing ship was anchored in the strait - lovely sight.
don't quit your day job Mike W.
Where were the Knights going Jon?
2 1/2 months ago we walked round the edge of Comino whilst we were stopping there for 3 nights - great fun.
Both views of Mgarr and beyond are wonderful. Thanks for both the respective hosts. Lovely looking over the harbour to Comino & Malta itself.
What a fabtastical new view! Thank you Country Terrace and Malta Tourism.
27oct18--Total distance: ~ 3.37 mi (5.43 km) dock to dock. The ferries are viewable all the way until the breakwater at the terminal. 'time-laspe' is a pleasurable minute. EnJoy EnJoy
thank you Country terrace for another wonderful view over Comino and the harbour.
I've always enjoyed the Grand Hotel's webcam (will still do). This gives us the a different angle & perspective to look at. Great to be able to see all of Comino in the distance. Thanks to our hosts.
25oct18--Also a Thank You to Malta Tourism Authority. A fantastic addition to the Malta line up.