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Gozo, extraordinary beauty.


giovedì, marzo 9, 2017

On a beautiful sunny day, we decided to take a trip to Gozo, which is part along with Comino islands of Malta. Wake up early to go to the port of Cirkewwa to catch the ferry, where we boarded the car so that we had more freedom to visit the island. View of the beautiful day ...

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Armenia, as you have never seen…


giovedì, febbraio 23, 2017

Armenia is an Asian state, which borders to the north with Georgia, on the south by Iran, to the north-east and south-west with Azerbaijan and to the west with Turkey. Little known as a tourist destination but very safety and offers much more than other more famous destinations. Armenia is one of the first countries in ...

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Knights and ladies, all together at Brescia Castle!


sabato, febbraio 4, 2017

We’re in Brescia, a beautiful town rich in history that few people really know but that Cocco on the road decided to tell you. The town in which we’ve been growing hosts us in these holidays, and we’re glad to meet up friends, our family, but also to help you better know this town. Old ...

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Selmun Palace, Malta


mercoledì, gennaio 11, 2017

One of the things that has always fascinated me to Malta, but for time reasons I could never go and visit is the Selmun Palace in Mellieha. The palace stands impressively and one can admire it from different points of the island north sites. I took advantage of my last days in Malta to repay ...

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Valletta (Malta) by Ferry.


mercoledì, novembre 16, 2016

We are nearing the end of our trip to Malta lasted almost four years. Yes, soon we greet the island that has given us so many beautiful adventures with many experiences that greatly enriched. So until the end we enjoy it, we do not lose even a moment the sea view, knowledge of the history and ...

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Comino, a pirate island…


venerdì, ottobre 14, 2016

Comino (Maltese Kemmuna) is one of the islands of Malta, Gozo together, form the Calipsee Islands, surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea. Small about 3.5 km² named after the wild fennel, which grows lush despite the aridity of its land, which in Maltese is called precisely Kemmuna. Uninhabited place for centuries, at least until the Roman Empire ...

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