I visited Gozo again, but this time with my friend.
The rocks are so rough that you can walk up to a 45-degree slope as it was a normal, horizontal walk. Pretty funny feeling.
Lots of fossils can be seen not only in the “walls” in layers, but also under your shoes.
In theory you should not climb onto the “Azure Window”. Not because you can fall, but because it is continuously decreasing thickness of the “bridge”, reportedly ten years ago it was twice as thick as it is today..
Interesting shapes carved into the rock in the water.
Next location is Wied L-Ghasri, here goes the sea deepest into the island.
Going to the east on the north side of the island, salt pans can be found all along the roads: here are obtained out of the sea salt.
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