Every year there is a big celebration of the carnival in Malta. Learn all about the tradition and celebrate with us.
Malta has 300 sunny days. But what to do on the few days that are just ugly and rainy. Find some tips here and don't let the rain mess up your time in sunny 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 has a lot of opportunities for job seekers and talented people. Here I have some tips on how to find a job in Malta.
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.
Facebook is the most popular platform in Malta and many life essentials like jobs or apartments can be found there.
It's late August people, and in many parts of the world, it is time to prepare mentally for autumn. In Malta, we are blessed with sunny days all over Summer and Autumn. But your holiday might come to an end, and you are looking for some ideas to have something awesome to do with the… Continue reading Some Ideas for the Rest of the Summer
Most people like to take something back home from their trip or if they live in Malta get some nice gifts for friends and family. Unfortunately, most souvenirs are kitsch bad quality and just really expensive for what one will receive in the end. In that case, even if someone receives them as a gift… Continue reading Unique Souvenirs of Malta
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
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