這張照片是201735日在馬爾他-哥佐島的«藍窗»前拍的,沒料到2天後...
... 這個天然石門就跨了
!

而且不只是拱橋斷掉,連門框也全都跨的乾淨,一根柱子都沒留下!

 

如今馬爾他的«藍窗»已成絶景,咱這張照片也成了他的遺照!

 

這張照片是201735日在馬爾他-哥佐島的«藍窗»前拍的,沒料到2天後...
... 這個天然石門就跨了
!

而且不只是拱橋斷掉,連門框也全都跨的乾淨,一根柱子都沒留下!

 

如今馬爾他的«藍窗»已成絶景,咱這張照片也成了他的遺照!

 

這張照片是201735日在馬爾他-哥佐島的«藍窗»前拍的,沒料到2天後...
... 這個天然石門就跨了
!

而且不只是拱橋斷掉,連門框也全都跨的乾淨,一根柱子都沒留下!

 

如今馬爾他的«藍窗»已成絶景,咱這張照片也成了他的遺照!

CANWAY \ SINCE1998
 Pastizzi (singular, pastizz) are the most popular savory snack on the islands. They must have already been much loved in the 18th-century, as naval documents from then refer to referred to cheesecakes and pastries, very similar to modern day pastizzi.

Pastizzi look like croissants, but are rolled in a flaky pastry, stuffed with either salty ricotta or mushy peas. They’re typically bought from little tuckshops or pastizzerias, nestled in almost every corner of every village.

The most famous pastizzeria in Malta goes by the name of Crystal Palace (in Rabat, Malta) – known to the locals as Tas-Serkin, which is the owner’s nickname. The shop’s popularity isn’t just due to the fact that they make the best pastizzi, but because the shop is always open. This is convenient for young clubbers who frequent nearby discos, and pop by for a late night (or early morning) snack.

 Pastizzi (singular, pastizz) are the most popular savory snack on the islands. They must have already been much loved in the 18th-century, as naval documents from then refer to referred to cheesecakes and pastries, very similar to modern day pastizzi.

Pastizzi look like croissants, but are rolled in a flaky pastry, stuffed with either salty ricotta or mushy peas. They’re typically bought from little tuckshops or pastizzerias, nestled in almost every corner of every village.

The most famous pastizzeria in Malta goes by the name of Crystal Palace (in Rabat, Malta) – known to the locals as Tas-Serkin, which is the owner’s nickname. The shop’s popularity isn’t just due to the fact that they make the best pastizzi, but because the shop is always open. This is convenient for young clubbers who frequent nearby discos, and pop by for a late night (or early morning) snack.