Hotel Kennedy Nova
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... in Moscow?
Yes, I do. Do you live in Malta?
Yes, I do. Do you live in London?
No, I don’t.
All this takes 30-40 minutes and is immensely difficult to produce correctly (imagine the same in Russian!). Later I introduce pictures to explain new verbs to replace 'live’ (eat/drink/like/work). Then drill the conversation.
Do you watch T.V?
Yes, I do.
Do you drink coffee?
No, I ...
... was sleeping on the sofa and I couldn’t wake her.
The sun was shining, there wasn’t a cloud in the sky and it felt great being in a singlet walking along the marina. You call this Winter Malta?!
I didn’t have any swimmers, and I was too self-conscious to strip down to my underwear, so I jumped straight into the Harbour in my clothes. The water was so cold it took my breath away, but after a few minutes it ...
... magnetic alphabet letters. Egil, ever the gentleman, bought me a lovely blue rose, and everyone started to gradually appear. Over the course of the night the crowd grew and grew…as did my alcohol intake. I had a cider in one hand and carried around a colourful vodka concoction in the other.
I impressively won a game of pool fair and square against Damien and was very proud (even though it was a fluke). Everyone loved my ...
... gentleman! But I took a liking to that jacket…and didn’t want to give it back!
We went to Egil’s apartment, which I loved! It was so spacious and stylish, with quirky bits and pieces. I was taken aback by his shoe collection though, which far surpasses rivalling mine, and just blows the competition out of the water! He has SO MANY shoes! And most of them are Adidas sneakers! He can’t possibly wear them all, but he says he does…
... of Citizenship and Expatriate Affairs. I tried to explain to the guards at the front desk my situation ("I have a Maltese working holiday visa, I need evidence, but you won’t stamp my passport, my 90 days in Europe will run out in a week if this isn’t sorted, what do I need to do?"). They said I needed a Maltese Residency Card (well that’s new! I love being told something different each time I ...