I was very excited to go on this trip! But sadly, the weather didn't want me to have a good time. It was really cloudy and rainy all day. The island is only 7km wide and 14km long so when you stand little higher you should be able to see the sea. This trip started earlier than the ones before. I was picked up at 8am and we collected a lot of other people on the way to the ferry that took us to Gozo. I was in that bus for about an hour before finally arriving. It was really cold, windy and rainy. When all the busses arrived, we got divided up into our groups. The English speaking were together with the French speaking in one group, so we were more than 40 people in our group. On our way to Gozo we drove by the smallest of the three islands, Comino. There are only three people living on Comino and there is only one hotel. When we arrived on Gozo we had one of the big busses that drove us around the whole day. The first place to go was the Ġgantija Temples. The temples were older than the Egyptian pyramids and built around 5000 B.C.! It was really great to see the huge rocks they used to build the temples and imagining how they managed to get them up standing like that is just insane. It took pretty long until we were finished here because our guide first talked 15 min in English and then had to translate everything to French too. But no matter in which direction you looked somewhere in the clouds you could see a church in every direction. Afterwards we went to the Fontana Cottage. Another one of those crafting places where they make a lot by hand. We were only able to stop a little time but I tried this typical cactus fruit liqueur. It tasted weird at first but it actually tasted really good! There were some really unfriendly people in the group who just pushed you aside if they wanted to take a picture. I think it was really disrespectful. Everyone was already wining around about them being hungry so after the Fontana Cottage we drove to Xlendi to have lunch. When we got there I really wanted to climb into the cave on the other side of the bay! There were people walking around and it was just gorgeous!! We were told that this bay is a paradise for divers and that some time ago the nuns were not allowed to go swimming in public, so they had a little cave where they could go swimming in private! Lunch was really tasty. This was already the second time that for Lunch the restaurant provided wine but nothing else as drinks. Well, after the really good Lunch we had some time to go out and take some pictures of the picturesque cliffs. Then we drove towards Dwejra. Here the most famous stone arch was standing until beginning of 2016 when a really strong wind destroyed it. Still the view and the whole atmosphere on that place was stunning. The ground was full of fossils and everything was really pretty! Even though it was cold and windy this was the best stop today. The last place we visited was the capital of Gozo, Victoria. We walked little through the city and from the top of the citadel you could have probably seen the sea in all directions, but we could only see clouds. This day was a little of a disappointment, but I'm very excited to go to Gozo again next weekend!