Southwestern winds and Sahara dust

The winds are blowing Southwesterly towards Malta and are bringing warm and humid aIr, along with dust from the Sahara. Cars are covered under a fine layer of yellow silt. The weather is easy to make me feel a bit dizzy. Some people also report they are getting mild headaches. To clear up my mind, I went out and take some photos in the morning. But they show not much of a sign of the haze. My eyes must have been spoiled by the vibrancy of the Maltese light.

 Early view from the base rock of Fort Saint Angelo over to the Valletta Waterfront. Old canons are here often used for the more civil use of fixing ships.

Early view from the base rock of Fort Saint Angelo over to the Valletta Waterfront. Old canons are here often used for the more civil use of fixing ships.

 Good restaurants are rare in Malta, but Etienne's is one of them. Even with free parking (for boats). Anyway land based transport is not recommended in on the Maltese Island. All you can do, is travel by water or by air. 

Good restaurants are rare in Malta, but Etienne's is one of them. Even with free parking (for boats). Anyway land based transport is not recommended in on the Maltese Island. All you can do, is travel by water or by air.