Last summer me and the missus went traveling to Malta. While Malta is a really beautiful country, I think it's definitely worth taking a boat to the nearby island called Comino. Comino is a deserted little island with 2 small hotels and otherwise nothing. That's right: NOTHING!
Last summer me and the missus went traveling to Malta. While Malta is a really beautiful country, I think it’s definitely worth taking a boat to the nearby island called Comino. Comino is a deserted little island with 2 small hotels and otherwise nothing. That’s right: NOTHING!
It’s famous for its beautiful Blue Lagoon, which is the reason why tourists go there for swimming, snorkeling and diving. There a deck chairs for rent and also snorkeling gear. As always, I took my LC-A and put it in a transparent plastic bag to take shots in the beautiful water, fun guaranteed!
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