Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Blue Grotto Caves



Today I'm taking you on another boat trip with my husband Joe, to Blue Grotto caves. These caves are situated in the south of Malta in Zurrieq. These are very popular with tourists as the sea here is an amazing colour and coral can be seen on the rocks, ( I will post more photos later on this week).

I would like to dedicate this post, my first, to my VERY SPECIAL friend Lisa from Grimsby, as I know she loves this place and it also brings back many happy memories!

10 comments:

nadine said...

Nice one !! Hello from trier to you, nadine and kids xx

Waldo Oiseau said...

Sounds like a lovely place to take a boat trip. Have a wonderful vacation! Bon vacances!

Olivier said...

belle grotte, la couleur de l'eau est superbe. bienvenu et bravo pour ton premier post


beautiful cave, the color of water is superb. welcome and cheer for your first post

Abraham Lincoln said...

It is a nice photograph It sounds like a nice place to visit.

Abraham Lincoln
Life's Journeys
Brookville Daily Photo

Anonymous said...

What a surprise I got when I googled Birzebuggia and saw a pic of an old friend. Lovely Pic of the blue grotto.
Coming over in August hope to meet up. Hope Yanna is ok and best wishes to you all.

Lots of love sent from Wales
Kirsten

NorthBayPhoto said...

Nice photo!!

Hope everyone is feeling better and the vacation is going well.

Thanks for visiting my NorthBayPhoto blog.

GMG said...

Wow, beautiful picture. But the site also helps a lot! It was one of the most beautiful experiences I had in Malta. Unfortunately, no pictures, and the video recording was not an easy task...

Martin Stickland said...

Have a good trip to Germany!

Nice shot of the caves!

Steve Buser said...

Do I need to wear a life jacket?
The colors are really interesting.

--steve buser

New Orleans Daily Photo

marie6 said...

Thanks everyone for your encouraging comments.

Kisten - what a wonderful surprise! Looking forward to seeing you again soon.

steve buser - one should wear a life jacket, we do, but most of the tourists and other local visitors don't bother!