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Gozo : what do we know about Gozo.

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We are trying to book two weeks for July next year. It is shocking !

BA are trying to make up the lost revenue for the strikes and volcano. Trans-Atlantic seems to have no value for money. We want to go somewhere new.

Corsica : seems shockingly expensive at e4000 for a shed on the beach. Anywhere which is vaguely reasonable has been booked since block booked since 1975.

Southern Italy : saw enough in Sicily to doubt whether we would enjoy it.

Which leaves Albania or Gozo as areas we haven't explored in Southern Europe. If we leave Albania until it enters the industrial revolution.

What does anyone know about Gozo/ Malta ?

Being Scottish many seem to look down their snotty noses at it. Not sure why.

Is it due to its British culture?

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