Irse invitado a algún sitio siempre mola, ¿no? Pues así ha sido mi primera (y espero que no última) experiencia de viajar gracias a una empresa, en este caso gracias a la academia Maltesa de inglés Elanguest, la cual me invitó a pasar una semana con ellos viendo cómo es el trabajo de la escuela…
MALTA has voted to legalize same-sex marriage in parliament, with only one of the country’s 67 parliamentarians voting against the amendment.
At age 24, Alex Mangion became Malta’s first transgender politician when he won a local office on the conservative Nationalists’ ticket, a striking combination in a country that until recently had been a last bastion in western Europe of social norms largely dictated by the Catholic church.
Malta’s main industry is tourism and with good reason. It has forever been drawing all kinds of visitors, who are after any of its many attractions. It has only recently made it to the gay travel destinations map, yet it certainly deserves to be up there, somewhere at the top of the list. Find out why Malta is ideal for gay vacations.