It’s early morning. The sky is changing from deep indego to gold. The fishing boats of Marsaxlokk bob quietly in the harbor. Fisherman sit under a shelter drinking coffee and eating Maltese pastries. On a stripped bench, a deckhand catches a few winks. The conversations are mostly in Maltese, but I hear English, Italian, and a language I think might be an African dialect.
30-Days in Malta ~ Day 6…
Watching the sunrise from my back terrace, I thought, “Gozo, you are my forever home.”
30-Days in Malta: Chapter 6
Republished with corrections. Originally published in 2019 prior to my trip –MaryGo
30 Days in Malta: Chapter 5
Malta has no rivers, lakes, or reservoirs. Water comes from the ocean, rain, or limited groundwater. Most potable water is desalinated sea water.
30-Days in Malta—Chapter 3
The Maltese are great cooks and renowned chefs. In the center of the Mediterranean, the best ingredients in the world are at Malta’s doorstep. Seafood from the Mediterranean Sea, fruit, veg and spices from Morocco, Greece, Italy, Spain, France, and the Middle East.