All posts tagged Malta

Dog people all over the world – are the best!

Over the years of blogging we’ve met many people over the internet or social media.  Read more…

I am a Palace Pup!

Just like Pip, I am a Palace Pup because I had stayed at The Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa in Malta. Read more…

Hold your breath! We’re checking in at MIA!

It’s Malta International Airport, not “missing in action” though I could very well be that way if they didn’t let me leave. Surely if we got into Malta we must be able to leave with ease.

The queues were long and I stood in the midst of a lot of feet and two hyper kids who could not keep still. Read more…

Saħħa and Grazzi

Goodbye and thank you, Malta!

It’s time to go home but before we do, given how things have been going during our travels, we made sure I am totally covered for my re-entry to the UK.

Read more…

Pip was not a pampered pooch

This is Pip – the Palace Pup at Conrinthia Palace Hotel and Spa in Malta.  He is the reason we stayed there when we visited Malta.  Read more…

Shhhh! We’re in the silent city

We loved meandering through the medieval streets in the walled city of Mdina.

IMG_4691 Read more…

Malta sightseeing – on four feet!

After Mummy had her fill of bus tours, she felt it was time we did things for me.

The morning walk in the palace garden wasn’t really the kind of walks I am used to back in London. Read more…

Sightseeing in Malta

Even though Malta is not such a big country, we only have a couples of days to see it. So the hotel concierge suggested that we take the hop on, hop off bus tour. And yes, I was allowed on it! Read more…

Morning walk in the palace garden

Across the hotel where we’re staying is the residential palace of the President of Malta.  We’re allowed to walk the palace gardens – on lead. Read more…

Oops! Sorry! We didn’t know.

Hello Malta! I almost thought I wouldn’t get to see you.IMG_4356Check out the trivia info on the plane. Read more…

Ready to go!

Been to the vet to be checked up before leaving for Dusseldorf and then Malta.  I’ve got my passport and my certificate to travel. Read more…