Door with cross for Easter in Malta
Malta

Easter in Malta

Malta is huge with holidays and Easter is a special one for the island. Read about Maltese Easter traditions.

Havana, the malecon at sundown
Cuba

Talk Cuban to Me

Ever wondered how Cubans talk and you do not want to be an outsider anymore? Check out these Cuban expressions!

Malta, Tips

Finding an Apartment in Malta

Finding an apartment in Malta can be tricky. On my blog I give you some tips on how to find the best place to stay.

Malta, Tips

Walk around in Sliema

Sliema is not just a posh city in Malta, it has a lot of hidden gems to offer, join me on a stroll around Sliema.

Sea, boats, Malta
Malta, Stories, Uncategorized

Early to Rise – The mysterious Maltese Ability to get up Early

There is one thing about Malta and the Maltese, that is just fascinating to me and that is the fact that people in Malta seem to be early birds. I will give you a better picture to understand what I mean: It is 6.00 am and I start fighting with my alarm clock and prepare myself… Continue reading Early to Rise – The mysterious Maltese Ability to get up Early

sea male con, Cuba
Stories, Uncategorized

Why traveling​ and moving around is a Privilege!

Here are some rather serious thoughts I have once in a while when I read travel blogs and browse in travel and nomad groups on Facebook and Couchsurfing. Traveling and the life on the road is a huge privilege, that some do not even know about because they are not aware of it.  Being a… Continue reading Why traveling​ and moving around is a Privilege!

Typical Maltese boat colorful laying in harbor
Food, Malta, Tips, Uncategorized

Sundays in Marsaxlokk

The Weekends are always the most special time of the week and of course, everyone wants to do something special or just unwind. Malta offers a lot of activities for active and lazy weekend planning. One of my favorites for a Sunday in sunny Malta is a trip to the cozy fishing village Marsaxlokk combined… Continue reading Sundays in Marsaxlokk

view on buildings in Valetta Malta
Malta, Tips, Uncategorized

Valletta, Europe’s Smallest Capital

It is something odd with Malta and Valetta. Valetta is an amazing town with a lot of nice things to do and see but it does not have this "capital feeling". Well, with around 7.000 people living there it is the smallest capital of Europe and really deserves that title! I have never experienced a… Continue reading Valletta, Europe’s Smallest Capital

Picture showing Sea and Cliffs Malta
Deutsch, Uncategorized

Warum Locally Abroad?

Hallo und Herzlich Willkommen bei Locally Abroad, einem Blog mit Geschichten und Tipps für ein Leben im Ausland mit einer engen Verbindung zu der lokalen Kultur. Der Blog entstand als ich mal wieder meine Koffer packte und auf in neue Gefilde zog. Nach Havanna hat es uns jetzt nach Malta verschlagen. Ich liebe das Reisen… Continue reading Warum Locally Abroad?