Kay and Dave review Mellieħa’s Pergola Hotel – a sprawling labyrinth of a place set into a hillside.
“Although there is obviously a lot to do, and it may seem daunting at first particularly at what may well be the most difficult time in your life, I have to say that I found the whole thing relatively painless and everyone I dealt with was both sympathetic and helpful.” Following the sad death of the BE Malta Forum’s much-missed stalwart Chris Green earlier this year, his partner DavidH has very kindly shared his experience of dealing with the practical arrangements.
The Neo-Gothic Parish Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Sliema, overlooking Balluta Bay.
Ġurdan lighthouse above the village of Ġħasri on the Maltese island of Gozo.
The UK Government’s Spending Review gives cold comfort to many Europe-based British pensioners.
“Well, here we are after over one year of living in Malta. How has the first year been, you ask? Interesting, I say.” Talmaone looks back on a year of blackened ceilings, pigs on fork-lifts and ocean-swimming horses, and reckons it’s been twelve months well spent.