Not to mention the hundreds of sparrows living in them.
I have just been on to Google Earth to see this area. What on earth made them remove the trees? Malta is fast becoming a desert.
Hi folks. It's good to see the kiosk is still able to operate while the road works continue. Gan canny lads.
9.00am MT - Crowd gathering outside the corner shop ! Public meeting maybe to discuss the works situation?
So many wise men and that's a fact or?
Kernow, Not whingeing, but stating a fact, something certain people aren't capable of understanding the difference.
My country lane has potholes, in the Spring you can see the tadpoles in the puddles, bet you don't get them in Malta. OOPS sorry I am whingeing.
The bus now goes from Siggiewi to Dingli via the cliff road.
Bob C - I meant the ones that go by Dingli Cliffs. Thin layer over "l'ahrash" natural surface. They are not yet rebuilt to EU standards. Funds are forthcoming as part of the plan of the Tourist Board. Rome was not built in a day. Malta is bigger!
JCC, the road Derek was talking about is a bus route so I can't see how you can say "unfinished coastal roads". What south coast roads are you talking about please.
DGB - Unfinished coastal roads tend to be given low priority. Some areas on the south coast are for walking. Traffic is discouraged although EU funding is on the way.
Maybe the pothole fillers are in the UK help you out. You need all the help, especially now when the Maltese are spending your money on new roads. Derek, I feel bad for the elderly couple driving around in a mini. Those cars never had a suspension.
JCC.the the stretch of road I'm on about is not so much pot holed as patches, we passed an elderly Maltese couple in an old mini , they had smiles on their faces as they bounced down the road at ten miles an hour, almost hitting the roof.
DJB - I can only see the roads as shown on the cams. No work in Malta for the pothole fillers.