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Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel
View of the Blue Hole from the cliff -top trail

Another day, another tour. This time I have come to the Blue Hole on the tiny island of Comino, famous for its clear turquoise waters. Frankly, I am bored out of...

Exquisite architecture in Victoria, Gozo

After a few days of dodging incessant traffic and fighting pedestrians on cramped sidewalks on the island of Malta, I was in need of some serenity, so I hopped over to...

Priests carry the icon of St.. Publius through the streets

Nothing defines the culture on the Maltese Islands more than religion. Life revolves around the neighborhood Catholic churches and once a year, a massive feast is held to honor the patron...

Fort Saint Angelo in Birgu, malta, seen here while sailing through Grand Harbour

Rocks, rocks, and more rocks. Everywhere I looked, Malta’s indigenous wheat-colored limestone dominated the landscape. Roads, houses, hospitals, government buildings, shops, and forts were crafted from the monotonous sedimentary rock, as...

Intermediate English class at ElanGuest English Language School

The questions started the moment I announced I was fleeing corporate life to travel the world. It’s dangerous out there; aren’t you worried about traveling alone? How will you stay in...

Piazza Municipio and Town Hall in Noto, Sicily

In 1693, an earthquake decimated eight towns in an area known as Vall di Noto in southeast Sicily. In some cases, the damage was so severe that the original towns could...