Trio of adventurers exploring every nook and cranny of Maltese islands and sharing footage, images with public Being a small island, Malta may seem to offer little opportunity for adventure and exploration but three friends are proving that it’s not the case at all. Angelo Caruana, Pierre Farrugia and Vince Bonello Pukka have completed various feats individually, however, their passion for adventure and photography brought them together last year and they are now exploring every nook and cranny of the Maltese islands as a team. They accomplish their missions through various means, including trekking, kayaking and abseiling. They also love cycling and quad biking. Among the places they have explored are Ħarq Ħamiem Cave, in St Julian’s, the Wied Blandun tunnel, the Paleo Christian catacombs at Salini and the Fort Tigné tunnels. They then shared exclusive footage and images of their visits with their followers on their respective YouTube channels. One of the latest adventures saw the group visiting the World War II underground complex beneath the Dingli radar station, which used to alert the Valletta stations when air raids were detected. “We were surprised by how large the area is.