Xemxija Heritage Trail, Malta

Hard! That’s one word to describe this inconspicuous walk. 40 degree heat and uphill. What was I thinking when I agreed to walk the Xemxija Heritage trail. To be fair, the Mediterranean way of life has had an affect on my fitness. When I first planned to move to Malta I thought fresh fruit and […]

Chinese Garden of Serenity, Malta

chinese garden of serenity If you fancy experiencing a little tranquility on your visit to Malta, then the Chinese Garden of serenity is the place to be. Located in Santa Lucija, the garden encourages you to roam freely around in your mind. This may sound a little ‘cheesy’ to some, but it does help to […]

Top 10 things to do in Rome

As the saying goes “all roads lead to Rome”, so it’s no surprise that most travelers embark on a journey to the Eternal City at least once in their lives. Filled with history, ancient architecture, and some of the best food in the world, Rome is without a doubt one of the best cities in […]

Caravaggio Hunting in Rome

Back in February 2017 I had the chance to “do as the Romans do” and spend one week in the Capital. If you are planning a trip to Rome, you can take a look at my Top 10 Things to do in Rome. One thing I did want to do was to see some great art and what better place to do it then in the Eternal City. There are many famous works…..

How to Teach English in Malta

Teach English in Malta Teaching English in Malta can be a truly rewarding experience. Malta is now one of the go to destinations for people who want an English speaking holiday, and for good reasons too. It’s hot almost all year round with very mild winters, it’s cheap, and considering one of the alternatives is […]

Ggantija Temples, Gozo

I had mixed feelings about visiting the Ggantija Temples. I read various blogs that all experienced them one of two ways. Firstly, you had people who just saw a bunch of old rocks. That’s basically what they are and if you’re expecting the Pyramids of Giza, then be prepared to be disappointed. But then there’s […]