Earthgarden

Last weekend, I went to a festival called Earthgarden in the National Park Ta Qali. Earthgarden remains the local green festival that voices care for the environment through Arts, Music, Culture in a holistic way. I don´t remember any festival which had such as good vibes as this one. I spent there two of three…

Malta – Climber´s Paradise

I am living in Malta for more than five month now and go climbing at least once a week here. Two days ago, I made a small video of a typical climbing day in the Mosta Valley. There are more than 1500 climbs (about 600 fully bolted sport routes) in all parts of Malta, Gozo…

Valetta-The golden City

Malta’s capital city described by CNN as one of the world’s rare urban inhabited sites that has been preserved near perfectly: Valetta. Yesterday I filmed the capital in the so called golden hour, the last hour before sun set. Watch the video to get some impressions about it :        

For a weekend in Malta

Last weekend, my girlfriend came over to visit me on the island. We only had two full days to discover Malta and Gozo so I thought it would be the best to rent a quad for that time. The bus system in Malta is still in its development phase and the combination of traffic and…

Wild Camping on Comino

Two weeks ago, I organized a couchsurfing event for Wild Camping in Comino. The plan was to have no plan, just to explore the small island and sleep somewhere. Luckily I found at least two people who wanted to join me 🙂 We took a boat from Sliema and went along the east coast to Gozo…

A walk along the west coast

    Last week, I wanted to “cross a country” from south to north by walking. I organized a couchsurfing event to do it, but the weather forecast said 70% probability of rain and thunderstorm, that´s why I cancelled it. However,  the weather was beautiful and sunny that day…. The next day, unfortunately no one had…

Welcome to Duck´s Village

The “Duck Village” is located on Manoel Island in Gzira, Malta. It is easily recognisable by the decorations and the houses in which the ducks, the cats, the hamsters and rabbits, turkeys, bantams, pigeons , geese and several guinea pigs are living. It’s a really great idea and the village looks like a fun place…

Malta

That’s a South East European Island/Country. To the north, you have Italy, to the West is Tunesia and to the south you find Lybia. Not even 440,000 people are living here in Malta. The name of the capital is Valletta.  It is the smallest country  of the European Economic Union. Let’s see how the life…