I have to start by saying that although I got back to Dubai yesterday, my heart is still in Malta!
In fact, my trip was so memorable and special that my eyes were tearing up on my last day as I took my final 15-minute walk around Valletta.
There was a wonderful amount of healing that happened towards the end of my trip and I’m so grateful and happy for that.
I met some very special people that made my stay memorable and helped me connect to others. This was the most magical aspect of my Malta trip and I feel blessed beyond measure for it.
I wrote a couple of blog posts from Malta and this was the latest one – you can read it here.
What to See and Do in Malta: Marsaxlokk
I’ll be sharing with you details of all the things that you can see and do. Plus where I had my best meals around the island.
Today’s post is all about the small, traditional fishing village of Marsaxlokk. It’s located in the south eastern part of the country and it has a beautiful harbor with colorful fishing boats.
Where to eat in Marsaxlokk
I had a wonderful meal at Tartarun – a fish restaurant in Marsaxlokk. The sea bass fillet was so fresh and it came with roasted potatoes and a side salad.
I highly recommend that you have lunch there before going for a walk along the harbor. That’s exactly what I did.
I also bought some really cool Malta magnets from one of the kiosks by the sea – right before he closed for the day!
I’m taking things easy these days as I want to integrate the healing process from my last week in Malta.
If you’re wondering, I actually didn’t attend any spiritual growth workshop or retreat. Healing happens when you least expect it and when you’re open to receiving it.
Just trust that the right people and experiences will show up to support you on your healing journey.
I’ll end the post here and I’ll be sharing another magical experience from Malta tomorrow. Stay tuned!