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The May edition of Vida is out this Sunday, free with your copy of MaltaToday. 

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Rachel Zammit Cutajar
5 May 2017, 1:06pm
Janice Mangion talks to Vida about the risks of submitting a song to the Malta Eurovision Song Contest in Maltese
Janice Mangion talks to Vida about the risks of submitting a song to the Malta Eurovision Song Contest in Maltese
Vida may 17
Vida may 17
The summer is so close you can almost taste it! In fact a few days last month were so warm the beach was even an option. But for now we make do with the spring. Floral patterns are always in in the spring and this one is no different. Big, bold colourful patterns put a spring in your step in the sunny season.

Flowers are not only abundant in fashion at this time of year. The garden is at its best at this time of the year and together with the warmer temperatures makes a great spot for lunch, tea or even dinner. Pippa Mattei shares some recipes that could easily be moved into the garden.

Marc Casolani is sharing his very own motorcycle diaries as he motors around Vietnam to the borders of China where he finds the most spectacular get-away – the waterfalls at Ban Goic. Whilst he’s on the tiresome roads to get to far away places, Mandy Farrugia is having a somewhat easier time, exploring the archipelago and atolls of Zanzibar, enjoying the cool colours of the Indian Ocean. 

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Rachel Zammit Cutajar graduated in economics from the University of Malta...