• Stodis

    The first part of this group’s stay on the Maltese Islands was Gozo, where they were greeted on arrival at the farmhouses, their accommodation for a few days.  That evening, they dined at Ta Frenc Restaurant.

    The next day, the group explored Gozo using Jeeps, and they also had a scrumptious BBQ lunch on a private beach, followed by a boat ride at the famous Dwejra Inland Sea. That evening, they were in for a surprise with dinner at a traditional windmill, complete with a traditional local brass band to greet them on arrival.

    Malta was to be the next place they would spend their nights. After leaving the farmhouses, the group split into 2 smaller teams, one team went to a local bakery to learn how to bake traditional Gozitan bread, whereas the other team went to a local agritourism venue, Ta’Mena, and had to prepare a typical Gozitan lunch for the whole group. After lunch, they were dropped off at the harbour, where they found speedboats to take them to their hotel in Malta, the Corinthia San Gorg. That evening, they went to dinner at Barracuda restaurant in a vintage bus, which caught the eye of many a person in the area. After dinner, they made their way to Club 22 where they had an area exclusive for them, and danced the night away.

    The rest of their stay in Malta consisted of visiting historical places, such as The Three Cities, Mdina, and Valletta, where they had a private concert together with a soprano at the Manoel Theatre.

    The group left the Maltese Islands after having gotten to know them quite well and having become attached to them.