Malta 2014 Part 6

Day 7

Day 7 (Tuesday) is our big trip by boat to 3 islands.

Leaving Bugibba, across St Paul’s Bay. Between the coast and St Paul’s Island and on to Camino and the Blue Lagoon.


After an hour we set off to Gozo and landed where the Ferry from Cirkewwa goes were a mini bus took us around the island.

The Azure Window and the inland sea.

Ta’Pinu Church.

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Back to the boat and back to land on St Paul's Island before returning back to base.

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