Have you ever tried malaga flavor ice cream? It’s one of my favorite, made with rum and raisins. And everyone knows that the raisins are indispensable food of my day.
Málaga is one of those cities that give you energy as soon as you put feet on its streets. Summer night, the air was warm, scattered with palm trees, lots of people on the streets, music, sangria, delicious tapas. In fact, such a wonderful vibe and oftentimes indescribable, greeted me in all Spanish cities I had the opportunity to visit. Spaniards are real night birds, all social life starts late in the evening. No one goes out for dinner before 9:30. Just the way I like it.
We live in a fast-paced society, but here I slowed down and started observing and listening. I aim to capture and share each uniquely beautiful moment through both a photograph and a descriptive words. Sometimes it is almost impossible.
TIP: * Málaga is a typical mix of Roman, Arabic and contemporary architecture, sightseeing in the city is therefore more interesting, it also has a number of museums and of course a beach.
** Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas were born in Málaga.
I hope you like this little photo diary I put together to share my time adventuring through Málaga. Let me know if you have visited Spain and how did you like it. If you need any more recommendations, drop me a line.