Friday, May 11, 2007

Outside the caves -blue grotto Zurrieq

Last summer I had gone to show the caves to my cousin who came with her husband from england for a holiday. I think I must have posted this photo already. I will get my friend Laetitia to take some photos of the cave from the inside this summer and maybe show some of the blue water inside too.

11 comments:

Oya said...

That's scary. I look forward to see inside pictures.

Dina said...

Oya, it's not so scary and diving in that blue sea is beautiful. Photos for the inside will take a while as I don't have them yet but soon ....

Peter said...

Looking forward to see your photos.

I was once taken into a "hole" like this in Vietnam. After some rowing, the tunnel opened and there was a beautiful "lake" (actually the sea) ... and nobody else around. I guess you know this "grotto" well, so no such surprises.

The Salems said...

looks great fun and excitement...it's like we're going on a little adventure ...

Lothiane said...

Sounds wonderful! Hope you can post photos of what it's like inside the cave. :)

Dan said...

So, is this at high tide or low tide?

lv2scpbk said...

The boat looks so small compared to that cave. I bet it's cold in there.

Dina said...

There is no tides here, and when the temperature is high it would be a relief for everyone to cool down a bit in these caves.

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Wow, such a beautiful cave. It must be fun!

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Chris in Madison said...

This photo reminds me of the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior in northern Wisconsin, although I'm sure your water is a lot warmer!
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