The Malta Journal your own personal Journal
The Malta Journal is an embossed, renaissance style, full leather cover 350 page book and journal.
With its old world charm, the Malta Journal is meant to inspire you the recipient to go out into the world and write your own story. Leave your footprint behind for the generations to follow. I highly encourage you to write your own thoughts and stories. Who cares if you spill a drink of your favourite coffee or wine as you are writing or sketching. All of this helps to further create your physical journey through life.
As you open the pages you will soon find this journal quite unique. You will find a mix of printed information and blank pages as well as helpful country information and history on Malta.
The photo pages have locations written under them but for those of you that want to get out and also photograph these locations within the pages, you will need to find where they are by asking the locals. In most cases all you will need to do is just show the photo location you wish to go to. That is where your personal relationship with your book begins.
The Malta Journal is created, designed, photographed and published by Martin Bonnici Photography and is officially classified as Melitensia.
LOC: DG989.25.M35 2015
Thank yous owed to:
Carina Dimech and staff at the International Media Relations Department at the The Malta Toruism Authority (MTA) for the first class assistance. I can not speak highly enough of the helpful, friendly service and advice I received from them.
Thank you for content:
Michelle Marie Galea for the piece on Art in Malta.
The Maltese Cuisine Gastronomist for the piece on Maltese food.
David Aloisio for the piece on Maltese language.
Fleur Brincat for the piece on civil and military architecture in Malta.
Andrei Xuereb for the piece on the fighting arts of Malta.
I would also like to give a heartfelt thank you to others who gave me their valuable time and assistance. Without your help I could not have achieved this journal. I am very grateful to each of you.
The cover is made by The leather House in Gozo
Printing info to come.