Tagged by: Malta events

Enjoy History at the In Guardia Parade in Valletta

Date Posted: June 23, 2017
Posted in: Malta Expat, Travel Tales

All about the In Guardia Parade in Valletta Malta

If you haven’t yet noticed, I’m a bit of a history nerd. It’s inherited – my dad’s favorite line to say is: “Did you know…” followed by a fact or story of interest. I’ve taken on that tendency, but you can’t keep saying, “Did you know?” without following it up with interesting facts! And so, off we went to check out living history at the In Guardia Parade in Valletta so I could add to my random fact arsenal.

If you haven't yet noticed, I'm a bit of a history nerd. It's inherited - my dad's favorite line to say is: "Did you kno...

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Daily Life as an Expat in Malta: World Oceans Day

Date Posted: June 13, 2017
Posted in: Malta Expat

World Oceans Day in Malta

I used to write posts about daily life as an expat in Roatan and those continue to be some of my most popular here on the blog. Since, apparently, you guys like to peek inside at the mundane bits of expat life, let’s get this series started again! This time, I’ll let you know all about daily life as an expat in Malta. In this post, we’re talking about what we did on World Oceans Day.

I used to write posts about daily life as an expat in Roatan and those continue to be some of my most popular here on th...

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The Annual Mdina Medieval Festival in Malta

Date Posted: May 11, 2017
Posted in: Malta Expat, Travel Tales

My favorite part of moving to a new expat home is exploring and learning about my new host country. One of the first things I do is check out upcoming calendars for festivals, annual events, and anything else noteworthy so I can try to catch them all. The first one that popped up for our new home in Malta was the Mdina Medieval Festival. While I may not be the type to don centuries-old garb and act a part, I can certainly appreciate the revelry and importance of these traditions!

My favorite part of moving to a new expat home is exploring and learning about my new host country. One of the first thi...

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