Ending this week with another photo from Miġra l-Ferħa. The cleft is just beyond the cliff head I’m on, and you can clearly see the same stairway shown in the photo I shared last week. This is a popular place with locals, as it’s fairly easily accessible. In this photo you can (just about) see the access road that leads to this place, ending in a car park above the cliffs (where that low wall is at the edge of the cliffs). They recently repaved the access road and car park, I believe as part of an EU-funded project for the improvement of access to agricultural land. While reliable access to agricultural land is in itself a good thing, I’m not entirely sure that improving access to places such as this is necessarily good. There is nowhere truly wild on this island, and it would be a great pity if what little remoteness exists in certain places is lost forever.