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Malta bargain 7nt winter sun holiday just £96.00pp incl. flights, hotel w. pool & transfers @ Holiday Pirates

£96.00 @ Holiday Pirates
enjoy a week in gorgeous Malta in November or December for just £96pp including direct flights, a great hotel and transfers. Read More
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enjoy a week in gorgeous Malta in November or December for just £96pp including direct flights, a great hotel and transfers.
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it's ok for us to complain about refugees but they have probably lost everything they had and to add icing on the cake it probably was due to our government "interferance" but we moan about a holiday!! 1st world problems!

Edited By: vtec on Aug 17, 2016 11:42
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give the refugees a break guys, wtf !!
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coventgamer
went last month got robbed for my iphone 6s and wallet area was full of beggers and migrants sleeping on the beach

Don't know how you lost yours but could happen anywhere to the less vigilant.

Edited By: Westindieman on Aug 17, 2016 12:22
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sparkles21
Malta is fine, but it's really financially deprived and the country lacks any real investment in anything since its independence. I went in March and the British coach driver was telling me the countries average salary was around £600 a month.


600 a month is actually not that bad

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1 Like #1
I follow them on FB - you get some brilliant deals!
#2
Malta, what a bomb site - St Pauls bay is dire and boring as hell.....Malta ia a nice place but this location is horrible - at this price its a good deal if you just want the sun so heat for that but SPB... yew..

Edited By: philjstephenson on Aug 17, 2016 08:47
1 Like #3
I dont expect its very warm that time of year. Plus the one and only time I went I was unlucky enough to be in one of those "Hotels from Hell". Most beaches are rocky but Golden Beach (or it might be Sandy Beach) is very nice. St Julains is where all the nightlife is and is very good. Considering this is the price of filling a car with fuel its a very very good deal.

PS Malta had a problem with Cockroaches when I went. Might be sorted now.
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went last month got robbed for my iphone 6s and wallet area was full of beggers and migrants sleeping on the beach
#5
Malta is fine, but it's really financially deprived and the country lacks any real investment in anything since its independence. I went in March and the British coach driver was telling me the countries average salary was around £600 a month.
1 Like #6
Not the best place, I have a good friend who is Maltese, he refuses to visit the island, absolutely full of beggars and so called refugees!
#7
unless you live near Bounmouth airport, you will need to pay £200+ for flights.... VOTED COLD
36 Likes #8
it's ok for us to complain about refugees but they have probably lost everything they had and to add icing on the cake it probably was due to our government "interferance" but we moan about a holiday!! 1st world problems!

Edited By: vtec on Aug 17, 2016 11:42
14 Likes #9
give the refugees a break guys, wtf !!
5 Likes #10
coventgamer
went last month got robbed for my iphone 6s and wallet area was full of beggers and migrants sleeping on the beach

Don't know how you lost yours but could happen anywhere to the less vigilant.

Edited By: Westindieman on Aug 17, 2016 12:22
1 Like #11
I just booked flights from the UK to Malta for 2 nights on the 7th December Ryanair (£25), then Malta to Canatania for 2 nights with Ryanair (£22) then flying back to the UK on Easyjet from Catania £19) :)
3 Likes #12
Westindieman
coventgamer
went last month got robbed for my iphone 6s and wallet area was full of beggers and migrants sleeping on the beach
Don't know how you lost yours but could happen anywhere to the less vigilant.

Saw a video last night where kids in Brazil are robbing phones, bags and wallets of tourists during the olympics, so it can happen anywhere
#13
msharif911
I dont expect its very warm that time of year. Plus the one and only time I went I was unlucky enough to be in one of those "Hotels from Hell". Most beaches are rocky but Golden Beach (or it might be Sandy Beach) is very nice. St Julains is where all the nightlife is and is very good. Considering this is the price of filling a car with fuel its a very very good deal.
PS Malta had a problem with Cockroaches when I went. Might be sorted now.

Didn't have cockroaches oO but had a lot of ants in my room. Ants ain't so bad compared to roaches though.
#14
Last November and December Malta enjoyed an amazing heatwave, even January was mostly FABULOUS :)
1 Like #15
Paradise Bay Hotel near the Gozo Ferry was fabulous, restaurant amazing quality and value . Remote but well served by frequent buses to all parts of the island. Got a great deal in January this year .
4 Likes #16
SPLE22
unless you live near Bounmouth airport, you will need to pay £200+ for flights.... VOTED COLD


Why vote cold when YOU can't get the deal, this is still a very good holiday for those who live near the correct airports...
#17
I wish I had booked half board as it would have worked out a lot cheaper. Eating out in Malta becomes expensive .
4 Likes #18
These comments are all very well but, what's the Pokemon situation like in Malta!? (_;)
#19
sweeten16
msharif911
I dont expect its very warm that time of year. Plus the one and only time I went I was unlucky enough to be in one of those "Hotels from Hell". Most beaches are rocky but Golden Beach (or it might be Sandy Beach) is very nice. St Julains is where all the nightlife is and is very good. Considering this is the price of filling a car with fuel its a very very good deal.
PS Malta had a problem with Cockroaches when I went. Might be sorted now.
Didn't have cockroaches oO but had a lot of ants in my room. Ants ain't so bad compared to roaches though.


I just remembered the (almost) pinnacle of my achievements was nearly "getting with" Miss Malta runner up from about 5 years previous.
#20
bigdaveplym
I wish I had booked half board as it would have worked out a lot cheaper. Eating out in Malta becomes expensive .
Trust me, u don't!! x
5 Likes #21
sparkles21
Malta is fine, but it's really financially deprived and the country lacks any real investment in anything since its independence. I went in March and the British coach driver was telling me the countries average salary was around £600 a month.


600 a month is actually not that bad
#22
Stayed at this hotel a few years ago, half board was cheaper than most other hotels room only. After the first few nights, we ate out as the food was so poor (tinned or frozen). Breakfast was fine though.
1 Like #23
JasonThomas2014
sparkles21
Malta is fine, but it's really financially deprived and the country lacks any real investment in anything since its independence. I went in March and the British coach driver was telling me the countries average salary was around £600 a month.


600 a month is actually not that bad


You obviously don't know what your talking about. Their has been a hell of a lot of investment in recent years. have you been to Valletta waterfront where luxury cruise ships come in and out daily. have you been to the knew aquarium at qawra. have you not seen the huge improvement in the roads. Have you seen the huge improvements made at Mdina. this is just few of many huge investments not to mention smart city. Maybe you should do some homework before making ridiculous statements. Their is still on going improvements as well but can't all be done overnight. Rant over.
4 Likes #24
msharif911
sweeten16
msharif911
I dont expect its very warm that time of year. Plus the one and only time I went I was unlucky enough to be in one of those "Hotels from Hell". Most beaches are rocky but Golden Beach (or it might be Sandy Beach) is very nice. St Julains is where all the nightlife is and is very good. Considering this is the price of filling a car with fuel its a very very good deal.
PS Malta had a problem with Cockroaches when I went. Might be sorted now.
Didn't have cockroaches oO but had a lot of ants in my room. Ants ain't so bad compared to roaches though.
I just remembered the (almost) pinnacle of my achievements was nearly "getting with" Miss Malta runner up from about 5 years previous.

And then you woke up
3 Likes #25
I was a regular visitor to Malta 3 times a year almost every year for 8 years. This was in the 90s - early 00s. It was lovely and peaceful back then. I went last year and it's now a very British-like tourist island, full of McDonalds, BHS, M&S and other tourist tat shops. The St. X towns have become even bigger party clubs and the locals have become mostly very rude, whereas before they were super friendly and had a lot of time for foreigners. There have however been a boatload of renovations to the island, especially in Sliema and Valletta, and it is looking a lot more modern and functional. The prices for food are still very cheap, however - especially if you know where to go. I'd definitely go back to Malta, but it isn't what it once was.

And please, don't believe the refugee rumours. We saw hardly any, despite being told the island was apparently overrun with them...

Edited By: Alasdair91 on Aug 17, 2016 21:17
2 Likes #26
vtec
it's ok for us to complain about refugees but they have probably lost everything they had and to add icing on the cake it probably was due to our government "interferance" but we moan about a holiday!! 1st world problems!


I don't think it was due to our government's interference lol.
1 Like #27
alanrp123
Not the best place, I have a good friend who is Maltese, he refuses to visit the island, absolutely full of beggars and so called refugees!
What is a 'so called refugee'?
2 Likes #28
rohitmkiller
vtec
it's ok for us to complain about refugees but they have probably lost everything they had and to add icing on the cake it probably was due to our government "interferance" but we moan about a holiday!! 1st world problems!
I don't think it was due to our government's interference lol.
Actually it was , in Syria everyone was just peace and hugging before the British Empire ( :{:( )messed it all up! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Syria
#29
alanminium
alanrp123
Not the best place, I have a good friend who is Maltese, he refuses to visit the island, absolutely full of beggars and so called refugees!
What is a 'so called refugee'?
"used to show that you think a word that is used to describe someone or something is not suitable or not correct"
1 Like #30
alanminium
alanrp123
Not the best place, I have a good friend who is Maltese, he refuses to visit the island, absolutely full of beggars and so called refugees!
What is a 'so called refugee'?

economic migrant
1 Like #31
rohitmkiller
vtec
it's ok for us to complain about refugees but they have probably lost everything they had and to add icing on the cake it probably was due to our government "interferance" but we moan about a holiday!! 1st world problems!


I don't think it was due to our government's interference lol.


I beg to differ. Your username doesn't give me great confidence in your opinion.
2 Likes #32
alanminium
alanrp123
Not the best place, I have a good friend who is Maltese, he refuses to visit the island, absolutely full of beggars and so called refugees!
What is a 'so called refugee'?

The coldness of people in response to the refugee crisis is truly heartbreaking. I don't know if it's just due to them being misinformed, a vocal minority or if there's genuinely that many selfish people around at the moment but either way it's depressing.

Refugees are routinely talked about in such derogatory ways that surely the closest comparison in recent history is the way the jews were seen in nazi Germany. People don't see humanity in them, just a problem to get rid of, inhuman, it's horrific and so common that people think its normal. Sad times.
4 Likes #33
alanminium
alanrp123
Not the best place, I have a good friend who is Maltese, he refuses to visit the island, absolutely full of beggars and so called refugees!
What is a 'so called refugee'?

An economic migrant. But to many hand-wringing lefties ALL those leaving Africa are refugees. Some are genuine refugees for sure that have lost their homes and maybe their families. But most I spoke to in Malta on the many times I visit - there were over 17 thousand from Africa in 2013 - seemed to be economic migrants jumping on the migrant bandwagon and simply hoping for a better economic life in Europe. Nothing wrong with that of course, but is Europe willing to take in most of Africa's poor that want a much better life and standard of living, which would no doubt cover the majority in Africa. Hardly feasible or desirable for either continent. But to call them all genuine refugees fleeing war and persecution is dishonest. Most are fleeing poverty.


Edited By: xenophon on Aug 18, 2016 03:22: Edit
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Chrrye
rohitmkiller
vtec
it's ok for us to complain about refugees but they have probably lost everything they had and to add icing on the cake it probably was due to our government "interferance" but we moan about a holiday!! 1st world problems!
I don't think it was due to our government's interference lol.
Actually it was , in Syria everyone was just peace and hugging before the British Empire ( :{:( )messed it all up! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Syria

Those in Malta aren't from Syria. Also many coming to Europe are from many different countries not just Syria. And Syria was not peace and hugging before the British, they were part of the Ottoman Empire and then the French.

Just realised that you may be being sarcastic. It's just a lot of people come out with that ill informed guff.


Edited By: xenophon on Aug 18, 2016 00:46
1 Like #35
Talk about going off topic lol!

No-one has even mentioned Trip Advisor. There are some very positive comments from guests who have stayed at this hotel just a few weeks ago, and a few negatives too, but the positives seem to be in the majority!.

Sounds like a lovely hotel at a bargain price for those who can go from Bournemouth airport, so thanks Holiday Pirates for an amazing bargain here, well spotted.
#36
SPLE22
unless you live near Bounmouth airport, you will need to pay £200+ for flights.... VOTED COLD
thats it, vote cold because this site doesn't revolve around your little world. lol
#37
Can't say that I noticed either beggars or refugee's, I spent the whole of January on Malta, had I seen any beggar's or refugee's I should have happily given them enough Euro's for at least a meal.
#38
bigdaveplym
Can't say that I noticed either beggars or refugee's, I spent the whole of January on Malta, had I seen any beggar's or refugee's I should have happily given them enough Euro's for at least a meal.

Really? I've been to Malta many times over the last few years, have a friend out there, and I have seen plenty of migrants there and the occasional beggar. Most are in Valletta, many gather around the bus station where I've spoken to some. However when I was there last year I must admit I didn't see half as many as I had in 2013/2014 so many may have moved on elsewhere after getting their EU passports.

I'm usually based in Bugibba within St Paul's Bay, which I find very nice, not dire and boring like someone said early. If you are young and looking for night clubs rather than just pubs and bars then it probably will seem boring and St Julian's resort is a better bet.
#39
This deal is pretty good but not worthy of 600 degrees of heat. Around Nov/Dec you can find a lot of cheap hotels offering a similar rate and with breakfast in Malta. Flying from Bournemouth is what makes this so cheap. So very good for those who can get to Bournemouth at little extra expense. Flying from other airports will add another 40 or 50 quid per person to this holiday.
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Chrrye
rohitmkiller
vtec
it's ok for us to complain about refugees but they have probably lost everything they had and to add icing on the cake it probably was due to our government "interferance" but we moan about a holiday!! 1st world problems!
I don't think it was due to our government's interference lol.
Actually it was , in Syria everyone was just peace and hugging before the British Empire ( :{:( )messed it all up! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Syria

vtec
rohitmkiller
vtec
it's ok for us to complain about refugees but they have probably lost everything they had and to add icing on the cake it probably was due to our government "interferance" but we moan about a holiday!! 1st world problems!
I don't think it was due to our government's interference lol.
I beg to differ. Your username doesn't give me great confidence in your opinion.

Malta's refugee problems started when it joined the EU, prior to that the boats passed Malta and headed for Italy.

Sorry if the truth hurts, but it's for your own good.

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