is being brought to you by my friend Dave, a clever man
with a naughty sense of humor -- none of which is
reflected in these lovely photographs (big smile
Crowne Plaza -Morning on the Mediterranean
Crowne Plaza Hotel -- sunrise Sliema in Feb
- classic view Malta has been one of
the greatest maritime ports for hundreds of years. The
island is overflowing with history and Valetta, the
capital, is for good reason a world heritage site.
- Angelican Cathedral The Anglican Cathedral
in Valetta seen from the Sliema to Valetta Ferry
- Watch Tower One of the old
watchtowers that can be seen around Grand Harbour. On
the left is the building housing the Freedom Bell
commemorating Malta's part in the Second World War.
Not only large
vessels can be seen at anchor in Malta. Sliema Creek,
an offshoot of Grand Harbour, is home for sailing
yachts from around the world. They also provide the
photographer with very nice reflections!
Mdina - a
quiet corner in the Silent City
Cathedral The Cathedral of St
Paul in the centre of Mdina
Mdina - Main
Gate Mdina is a beautiful
Medieval city founded about 1000BC by the Phoenicians.
Subsequently it was occupied by the Romans and the
Saracens. For a long time Mdina was the seat of
government and the capital city of Malta. Today it is
known as 'The Silent City' due to the absence of motor
vehicles. The atmosphere is of calm and peace. A
wonderful place. The photo shows the main gateway to the
Mdina - The
Silent City Peace in the centre of
- Old Houses These old cottages were
formerly used by Maltese fishermen
- USS Philpine Sea The USS Philippine Sea
seen on a visit to Malta in February 2004. In the left
distance with the Maltese flag flying can be seen the
office of the Maltese Prime Minister.