À propos de ce logement
The accommodation is a large terraced house situated at the centre of the island, and just few kilometres away from the fortified city of Mdina. If you are planning to use public transport, bus stops are at a short walking distance. If otherwise using a personal car, there is ample public parking space in front of the house. The location is at a quiet area making it ideal for a good restful holiday. Can also make use of a small lounge area ideal for reading or surfing the web.
It's a private room (with balcony), but shared common areas. If you are more than two people, am also listing out another room (with three beds - https://www.airbnb.com.mt/rooms/7980178), which is next door to this room. Check-in time is at 13:00 and Check-out time is at 12:00 (though we can discuss any arrangements).
Accès des voyageurs
Just outside the room, you can make use of a small lounge area ideal for reading or surfing the web. Can also access the roof which offers fresher air especially in warmer days. You can make use of the kitchen, but use your own food. There are two bathrooms, but use your own toiletries (shower gel, shampoo, toothpaste etc), though soap is provided.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Would be glad to help out and give suggestions as regards places to visit around Malta. Also, can point out some practical things in going around the island (more of an insider issues :-))
Prudence is the mother of all virtues.
- No smoking is allowed in the house. Can make use of the balcony, but make sure that the doors are closed.
- It is prohibited to introduce extra people in the house.
- Pets are not allowed inside the house.
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There's so many interesting things to do in life. I personally always tried to have a good mix between career (teaching), music (playing the violin) sports (especially cycling), and some occasional trips abroad. Family has a special place which balances everything I do in life.
And what's life without challenges? I personally like challenges. It's not just a question of thinking of large projects, but It is mainly facing the day to day challenges with some spicy projects here and there.
As a person, I do not like to be in the lime light. I like to meet people and exchange experiences. I've hosted various people and met many interesting people who have influenced my life positively. The school of life had thought me great things, particularly on the importance of respect, so valuable and at times so lacking. I really believe in trying to leave a smile on the person I meet. This makes 'good byes' difficult.
As regards the country where I live, I feel very patriotic. I love Malta, with all its positive and negative aspects. The beauty of Malta is that everything, everybody, everywhere is close by. So much to offer - history, nature, hospitality, culture, just to mention a few. It would be my pleasure to share my local experiences and knowledge with any visitor interested in coming to know / explore more about Malta.