WHOVIS, Blue, cliff, dive site, economy, ecosystem, environment, landscape, fish, marine, nature, passage, SCUBA, seascape, silhouette, sport diving, sub aqua; sub; aquatic; travel; tunnel, underwater; underwater world; water; raho, Gozo; Malta. The Inland Sea, near Dwejra Point and Dwejra Bay, is a small sea lake which is connected to the open sea by a tunnel which runs through the cliff. The tunnel slopes gradually downwards and at the opening on the seaward (Mediterranean) side it is about 30 metres (meters) (100 feet) deep. At the entrance to the open sea the water seems to be an amazing blue colour, the intensity heightened by the darkness of the tunnel and the light of the open sea.
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The tradition of the Tar Barrel goes back hundreds of years,How exectly it started is unknown, but it is thought to of started after the Gun powder plot of 1605. Some alternative idea suggest barrels where burnt to fumigate cottages. Another is as a warning of the approach of the Spanish Armada- This annuel tradition where barrels are rolled in the streets on November 5th each year has been followed by many town's in the west country, but the town of Ottery St Mary is thought to be the only one that decided a long the line That rolling was tame so the tradition of carring the barrels on your shoulder was born. On the day seventeen barrels are carried through the town, ranging in size from small (boy's barrels)mediam for the women and youth to "gert big umz" for the men!