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! …..
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
The three year’s plan of the government brings a lot of changes in tax and social benefit for Malta people and specially for pensioners.
I think, this is extraordinary for a little state as Malta.
Read in Times of Malta this evening.
Artikel Times of Malta