Since January 2017, I have been immersed in the life of the small village community of Qala. My days are determined by shopping in the village shop of Benna, my cappuccino break in Zeppi’s pub, cleaning up guest rooms, linen and towels wash, decorate guest rooms, to maintain the herb garden in the forecourt, the vegetable garden and the roof terrace and the plants at the pool.
Fortunately, I’m a privileged maid with a private pool that can make a refreshing break! Continue reading Oh, I’m sooo busy! …..
We have winter, yes we have! Little bit different to Germany. It will be sunny, rainy and windy and sometimes anything together, but mostly upper 15° C.
Our houses are not build for rainy days and you need your trousers, wool socks and cardigan when you are staying in or outside. Where, on any islands, an umbraela is not bad.
The last evening outside was the Halloween night with my neigbours at Zeppis’ Pub. A crowd of masked people are there and we have had a lot of fun.
I used the silence time for tours around the island. Mostly by bus, sometimes per foot. Per example a Sunday’s walk down to the harbour of Mgarr. In the time of advent the live of Bethlehem starts in Ghajnsielem and I have had a view in the past, on the time of Jesu birth.
By the way, the streets in the villages are nice decorated and anywhere Xmas songs sounded at the places and roads.
Also the social life goes on during the winter. With a party at home to celebrate Saint Nicholos, Ladys Nights and visiting the opera in Victoria, meeting my friends at Zeppi’s my days were filled.
The life don’t stops, it only runs slowly!
My first summer on Gozo ends now, the stormy weather pass the islands, but the sun is shining, the temperature is nicely 23 C and when the wind goes sleeping, the evenings are fine for staying outside. Continue reading The Summer Says Goodbye ….
This special feeling I had, when my family came to Gozo for vacation. The best start to show them something about the easy going in Qala was a pool party. Continue reading Holiday at home
Gozo with out Festa doesn’t exist! The 98% Catholics celebrate their patrones excessive. When you visite Gozo you will find one ore two big churches in each villagge. Continue reading Festa – Festa – Festa
What a request! If you come to Qala noon, you will determine “a sleeping village”. Your first impression is right. Continue reading Night life in Qala?
A fixed appiontment for Qala citizens in the summer is the “Grand Table” by the Stable of Qala. In an evening per month citizens, natives or immigrants, holiday makers and friends from Malta come together for a nice dinner and round table talks. Continue reading Social life in Qala