Even though – or because – Malta is so tiny, it’s scattered with beautiful and interesting places. And even though I’ve been to Malta twice before on holidays, I still haven’t seen all of it. So now that my mum is here, it’s time for some sightseeing.
A morning without coffee isn’t a real morning – unless you have hot chocolate or tea with milk instead. Or chai latte. Or basically any hot drink.
It’s mid-October – days are getting shorter, nights chillier and the sun is slowly losing its power. What I’m talking about isn’t the cold, rainy and foggy version of autumn you get in Austria, though. Here, autumn means the country and climate is even more pleasant, with less tourists and temperatures that don’t make even tank tops feel like winter jackets. In the sun, it’s still about 30℃, and the “chilly” evenings and nights call for nothing but a light cardigan. The perfect Sunday program for this time of the year: swimming.