In the beginning of March our classes 7B and 7E flew to Malta for one week. We were greeted by warm and sunny weather which remained faithful throughout the entire week. A bus picked us up to take us to the host families.
On Sunday we went to Valletta. Our guide told us not only about the history of the Maltese capital, but she also showed us the main sights such as the Grand Master’s Palace and St. John’s Co-Cathedral. We also visited “Malta 5D”, which is basically a 3D cinema that includes scents, moving seats and gusts of air.
On Tuesday after school we had a fun trip to St. Julian’s where we went to a bowling alley. We were split up into 5 competitive groups of 6 to 7 students and we tried our best to beat the others for the better part of 2 hours. Apart from the bowling there were also various other games offered.
On Wednesday we went to the two neighboring cities of Mdina and Rabat. Our guide showed us around the ancient capital with its old buildings such as St. Paul’s cathedral. We also visited Fontanella, where the famous chocolate cake is made and the 200m high cliffs at Dingli.
On our last day in Malta we went to the two smaller islands. First we visited Gozo’s capital Victoria and then a speedboat took us to Comino which is appealing because of the crystal