All in all it was a nice experience but there are a couple of negative things wich i am going to list here jus to get them out. If you want to learn english while working do not go to Malta, they understand you but english is not their first language the primary language is maltese which is a mix of Arabic and italian. Malta is very south european in the sense of everything moves a little slower (orders at restaurants, cashiers, work motivation). Maltese roads are suboptimal but the EU is co-financing a lot of road projrcts so it wont be as bad in few months. But i Had a wondefull time here met people from all over europe that i maybe going to see again. It was a prtecious experience and i am very thankfull that Mr. Crewe, the European Union and my parents made this possible.