Its cheap too. I had a beer and a F’tira which is a local sandwich made from Maltese own style of bread for about 6 Euros. I think this must be one of the cheapest Euro-currency countries to live, although I don’t think the salaries here are all that great. There are a lot of retired British people out here.
It also appeals to boaty sort of people, being a tiny island, there are ordinary folk and the rich and the wealthy that live here. The first day I got to see this marina with my good friend Peter who lives out here.
Shops are quite old school here, less big stores and chains and more smaller type places, here this petrol station seems oldy worldy. Might be to do with this island is quite tiny so petrol stations have to operate in smaller places I think.
Unlike all of mainland Europe, but like Britain, this country drives on the left!! Sandy white walls remind me a lot of Israel. I’d recommend renting a car like we did, which is as little as 12 Euros a day!!
Sadly, only a few years before I visited, it seems Malta’s characteristic ancient yellow buses and no longer in service. I think might be to do with them being less and less unreliable and not so feasible to run, occasionally I did see a few like this one re-purposed as a mobile gift shop.