Notte Bianca rolled by again last Saturday and my, were the crowds ready for it.

Notte Bianca 2019

This was director Antoine Farrugia‘s first outing and I am sure he is satisfied with the outcome. The couple of hours I spent there, I planned well and managed to catch a number of performances and events and bumped (literally)… Read moreNotte Bianca rolled by again last Saturday and my, were the crowds ready for it.

Beltin: Stejjer Minn Nies Minsija

L-ewwel silta Il-ktieb ser ikun għal bejgħ mill-Festival tal-Ktieb f’Novembru, u mill-ħwienet kollha tal-kotba. Bis-saħħa tal-Merlin Publishers u tal-fondi miksuba mill-Malta Book Fund. The book will be available from the National Book Festival that takes place in November and is… Read moreBeltin: Stejjer Minn Nies Minsija

‘You don’t want Malta to look like any other island’

Valletta skyline

We’ve already established I’m in love with Valletta. This week’s main write-up is also dedicated to our gorgeous capital. Meet writer, sailor, woman-extraordinaire Clare Francis. She sailed the Atlantic single-handedly back in 1976. Her novel Night Sky reached Number One… Read more‘You don’t want Malta to look like any other island’

underGrain refined dining is rather amazing

dessert at underGrain

Valletta’s newest restaurant reviewed What: underGrainWhere: The fine dining restaurant in the heart of the city Why: An invitation to review. When the lovely Gordon Borg, marketing head at AX Hotels, invited me over to try out Grain I didn’t… Read moreunderGrain refined dining is rather amazing

Birżebbuġa gets double-glazing… while Valletta can’t get no sleep

Time for another rant, and this time it is personal. Most of you who have followed my writings through the years are aware of my credentials as ‘Beltija ħarxa’. Not my choice of words, but hey… if it fits. And… Read moreBirżebbuġa gets double-glazing… while Valletta can’t get no sleep