Hi Explorers,

It is amazing that is already Friday evening… wow here in Malta time flies!!

We have launched our sister island blog, exploring-gozo.com that wants to show you experiences around the island and places where to dine, shop and enjoy yourselves. Guys feel free to share with us your experiences of the Island of Joy, any ideas and recommendation will be also much appreciated too 😉
Click here for the exploring-gozo.com Facebook page 

Weekend is on so let’s see what’s going on on the rocks…LET’S GO!!!


  • Colour Fest: A Festival of Colour
    Valletta Waterfront
    (from Friday 13th at 6.30pm to Sunday 15th till 12.00pm)

    Valletta Waterfront will bloom with colour, music and entertainment from Friday 13th April to Sunday 15th April for the annual spring festival – Colour Fest.

    Free activities to include live bands, stalls, giant outdoor games, arts and crafts, healthy living information, children’s entertainment and more.

  • OH MY MALTA! With international Facebook Vlogger Nas Daily
    Triton Square Valletta

    Saturday from 6 PM onwardsEveryone in the world is invited to join us in Malta and celebrate the new country slogan that everybody seems to love!

    It’ll be a fun day for everyone, we’ll have music, bands, Nas Daily, and many more!
    Thousands of people. It’s a great family fun time and we’ll make sure it’s worth your time!


  • OPEN DAY – Fort St Elmo – National War Museum, Valletta
    From 9 AM – 5:30 PM

    To commemorate the 76th anniversary since the award of the George Cross to the Maltese Islands, on Sunday 15th April Fort St Elmo, home to the National War Museum, will open to the public on free admission!

    Re-enactment groups will be performing at the following times:
    11.00hrs – In Guardia Parade (Knights Period)
    12.30hrs – Legio X Fretensis (Roman Period)
    14.30hrs – Show of Arms (Late Medieval, Early Knights Period)
    16.30hrs – Battlefront (World War II)

    Fort St Elmo is currently hosting the exhibition ‘The Schranz Family of Artists: A Journey of Rediscovery’. Admission to the exhibition will be free of charge. Another highlight of the open day will be a small exhibition displaying documents pertaining to World War II. Also, throughout the day, the fort’s Casemates Area will be hosting the Malta Artisan Markets.

    Guided tours of the fort will start at 09.30 (in Maltese), at 13.30 (in English) and at 15.30hrs (in Maltese).

    Fort St Elmo will be open from 09.00am till 6.00pm (last admission at 5.30pm).

    This event is an initiative celebrating the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018.