I (Pompe) have had a lot of really fun and cool experiences here in Malta, but this one may be the best one so far!
Mama made a new friend called Zhanara. She is a very friendly and positive Kazakhstan woman with a fun and happy 8-year old son called Askar.
Askar loves me! He has a dog back home in Kazakhstan and misses his dog a lot. I think I remind Askar of his dog because he was so excited to meet me.
As mama and Zhanara talked about boring stuff, Askar played tirelessly with me, god bless him! He even went downstairs to rally the neighbors (also young children) to join in.
We had a great afternoon together running around chasing each other. I got to chew on Askars slipper, he gave me delicious food and the children treated me like I was a super-star, giving me their full attention!
Towards the end of our stay, Askar pulled out a strange object from a drawer. I had never seen anything like it before. The shape of it resembled a car, but it was much smaller than the cars I normally see and there was a big antenna sticking up from the rear-end of it. What on earth could this be?!
Askar pushed a button on the car and POW! Bright lights lit up on the car! I have to admit that I got scared, what is this thing about? Is it dangerous? Does it bite? I thought it would be better to stay on the safe side and stay away from it until I knew more about it. But then the real magic began!
Askar pushed some buttons on a plastic device and off went the little car! In a few exciting seconds it had zipped down the entire corridor, and I had run after it in joy!
I love playing! Check out this video of me playing with a balloon on a Maltese beach.
If you want to know more about traveling with a dog in Malta, visit the page Plan a Trip – Malta. I cover what activities you can do with your dog, whether dogs are welcome in public transportation system or not etc.
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