'"And I said, 'Oh I thought that might have gone away? That's who I'll always be.'"That was the moment Mrs Naylor and her husband James realised they were raising a transgender child."It wasn't easy at first because it's saying goodbye to what you thought was the situation," she said."It is kind of a grieving process.
Malta has the most progressive transgender legislation in the world, and eight-year-old Willa Naylor was instrumental in completely transforming it.
The government passed the Gender Identity, Gender Expression and Sex Characteristics Act last year, which recognises a person's gender and their right to officially change it. She was born Will but never felt comfortable as a boy."I remember that there was these pink sparkly shoes and I was put into them," she said."My mother's friend was with us and she said it wasn't good for a boy to say that he wants pink shoes."Her mother Bex Naylor said Willa chose girls' toys and clothing as soon as she could walk and talk."I thought I was raising a boy so I would tell her, 'oh no pick the boys' things', and I feel bad about it now but we just didn't really understand," she said.
Just because the sun shines doesn't mean it's warm too! There's late bars like Soho, Footloose and Plush and Havana nightclub.
There's also plenty of Irish bars as well if you’re just feeling like having a nice pint.
Despite what the name suggests, the accommodation is not on the university campus, it's about an 8 minute bus journey to the University.