A day in Marsaxlokk

Last Sunday we went to Malta’s largest fishing village Marsaxlokk.

Sundays are most crowded when many people flock to the Sunday market where street hawkers set up their stalls selling souvenirs, clothes and all kinds of things. And of course they sell lots of fresh fish.

But we were not here mainly for the market but for the colorful boats……and the genuine and lovely atmosphere among the locals.

We also found a dog friendly beach but it was quite small and rocky. Fanny just relaxed and enjoyed being in a new place while she was curiously looking at what happened in the harbor among the colorful boats.Before heading back home we stopped at Ta Qali Park to let Fanny have fun and run freely. Lucky me found spring’s first Poppy, my favorite and no, I didn’t pick it but needed a helping hand because of the wind.

32 thoughts on “A day in Marsaxlokk

  1. Det är inte bara båtarna som är färgglada. Hela din underbara bildkavalkad ger mig en riktigt färgkick:-) Skrattade gott åt skylten med hunden och snorkeln. Det kanske vore nåt för Fanny;-)

    Som alltid ett strålande inlägg – i dubbel bemärkelse alltså:-)

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  2. Du kan aldrig visa för många båtar. Man blir så glad av dessa färger. Fanny tycker nog allt är intressant som hon tittar på. Hon verkar vara helt koncentrerad på det som händer. Vallmo får vi nog vänta på ett tag och jag längtar. Just nu dansar vi “under my umbrella”.
    Vackra, glada bilder!

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    1. Tack Kristallina för din fina kommentar. Att dansa under the umbrella låter härligt = glädje, oavsett väder 😀 Ha en riktigt skön helg, förhoppningsvis utan paraply 🌼 ☀️

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