The Azure Window

- Gozo Island Excursion pt. 3/3 -

After we visited the Xwejni Salt Pans, our driver took us to the Azure Window Memorial located west of Gozo Island. It’s a “memorial” because the famous arch is nothing but ruins at the bottom of the sea after it’s tragic collapse during stormy weathers on 8th of March last year. In the beginning I was hesitant to go because I was quite tired, and I thought I’d just get underwhelmed by the sight. But Rickie was determined to go and so we did because when he says, “there’s always other things to see around the area”, he's usually right:

Traveling can be exhausting, especially with jam-packed one-day itineraries and an active boyfriend who loves to spend time on his feet. Whereas I like to take things slow and be more spontaneous, Rickie is a organiser who wants to see everything. Sometimes it tires me out and makes me one grumpy girlfriend, but grateful - that I am always. Every time we reach our destinations and (I) get to sit down and soak in the impressions and the beautiful views, I remember why it’s all worth it. Had I not had someone who pushes me physically and mentally to see and experience more of the world, I probably wouldn’t be where I am today.

Speaking of cheesy photos, I love this heart-shaped cloud:

If you haven’t already, make sure to check out Gozo Island Excursion pt. 1 and pt. 2.