After breakfast, we board the bus at Bugibba bus station, which should take us to Valletta. In winter, the bus ticket costs 1.50€ – in summer, the fare increases to 2€. As several bus lines have Valletta as their final destination, we decide to just take the first bus that leaves. We drive for almost an hour through the villages and the bus becomes more and more crowded. Soon the first passengers have to stand – it’s good that we got on at the first stop.
We are approaching Malta and the first houses come into view below us. I notice a large round building in the middle of a town. A church?
I decide to find out later at the hotel what kind of building it could be.
Malta’s cities are not so big that you have to rely on exploring them by bus or something similar. We set out on foot for a leisurely stroll through Mdina and Rabat.
If you think that Italy is only for wine lovers you are mistaken. They do exist, the beer drinkers! I’m quite happy about that because I have to admit that I do not care for wine at all. But give me a tasty beer and the trip will be a good one.
Continuing down the road from the Salinas de Janubio on Lanzarote, one reaches the cliffs of Los Hervideros and finally the little fishing village El Golfo.
We compiled a video out of our pictures from our Lanzarote trips. Enjoy the Lanzarote video!
Travelling can be costly. So finding things to do for free at our destinations always makes me happy. I tested some of the free things to do in Barcelona and would like to share them with you.