Saturday, October 1, 2011

A stroll through the city streets of Málaga

Narrow cobbled streets, art and art galleries, curious little shops, Arab influence, tapas bars and restaurants, big pieces of fabric hanging between buildings to shadow for the burning sun, old men selling fried almonds, bars with Spanish ham hanging from the roof, small pieces of history, street performers totally emerged in their music, souvenir shops and old churches.


  
Narciso Díaz de Escovar was born in this house, a famous poet, playwright and journalist
Tiny flamenco shoes in all the rainbow's colours & castanets
The church where Picasso was bapthised

Good bye for now, Málaga. It's been a pleasure getting to know you!

4 comments:

  1. I've never been to Malaga, but looking at your pics I wanna go :-)

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  2. Hey anonymous, that's nice!!
    I'd recommend it to everyone, it is a lovely city!

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  3. oh wow, what a great visual display of my favorite city!! I was just looking through my favorites and clicked and found another expat blog from Spain. I just followed via email and look forward to perusing more of your blog. I hope to retire to Malaga some day...a ver lo que pasa :)

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    1. Thank you so much! Welcome here, and thank you for leaving a footprint, I appreciate that very much. Málaga is lovely!

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