Currently, we are sailing through the straight with Greece on one side of the ship and Italy on the other. We also sailed past the volcano, Mt. Etna. It was already dark by the time we went through, so, we couldn't see anything. I'm not sure if we would have even if it was daylight.
This morning we sailed into the Malta port around 7 am and disembarked about 8 am to take a tour around the island of Malta. We started out in the fishing village of St. Julian's. They have these cute multi-colored boats that have a raised eye painted on each side of the bow. These boats go by the name of Dghajsa. They look similiar to a gondala boat, but are more colorful.
There were horses and carriages in the fishing village.
We continued on to the Blue Grotto. The water is so blue!
After viewing the Blue Grotto, we continued up the mountain to the highest point on the island of Malta. Pictured below is a limestone church at the highest point.
On Wednesday we are in the port of Naples, Italy. We will disembark to see Sorrento, Pompeii, and Capri.
Below are the pictures that I've been trying to upload for Paris and Barcelona
I'll post some pictures tomorrow from Barcelona and also from our trip into Sorrento, Pompeii and Capri.