Mtarfa is a small town in the north of Malta, built by the British when they colonized the island in the early 20th century. It is famous for its clock tower, as well as an ex-Royal Naval Hospital named after Bruce, who coined the term brucellosis. It is now much larger than it used to be, as most of society's scum which no longer are allowed to live in other parts of the island have been cordoned off in Mtarfa. So far, no immigrants have been moved there though. It is only a matter of time.
Sam: Have you been to Mtarfa?
Jim: No. Have you?
Sam: Nope. Perhaps we should go some time, to see all the wonderful colonial architecture.
Jim: Good idea. Best to get our vaccinations in order first, though.