There was an option of booking 8 people when you booked, and you never requested a change in booking. You only smiled at me while I showed you round the place, and when you made sure that I had left, 2 other persons who were waiting around the corner made their way to the place.
That's why I said you were a liar; that was not an insult, but the statement of a fact. After that, no, there was no trust. When you were confronted, you did not admit right away, and said the other 2 persons were friends staying in Malta and they just came to meet you. Again, that is lying. It was clearly not a misunderstanding as you try to put it at this point.
You asked for sheets for the 2 extra persons. I never told you that I did not feel like bringing them over; I only explained that I was prepared for 6 people, and needed to organise things to provide an additional 2 sets.
The extra linen was not provided 2 days later, but the very next morning (you came on Saturday afternoon, I got them Sunday, first thing in the morning). I did not access the place using my keys, but waited patiently for the door to be opened from the inside by one of your friends. What you state about watching how you had the place is also untrue, as I just came in with my wife to leave the linen, pillows, towels and beach towels, and we left right away. All this could have been avoided had you placed a booking for the right amount of people in advance.
You left the air-conditioning on when you left, and it was evident from the street; that is a violation of the house rules. Do you blame me for staying around to ensure that you switched it off after you had just tried to sneak in 2 extra people who had been waiting round the corner, waiting for the coast to be clear to access the apartment? You call that spying; I call it ensuring that you are observing the house rules after you had tried to deceive me. The street is, after all, a public place.
Finally, I did say bye when you were leaving, but you might have been too caught up looking at the floor in embarrassment as you walked out to have noticed it. Bye :)