Monday, October 31, 2011
Saturday, October 15, 2011
When we arrived into Malaga, my expectations we're at an all time low. Lets just say it didn't have a great overall review from the travellers i've met along the way. All I knew was that it was on the coast (a big plus in my books) and it had a big industrial port. In other words, I really didn't do much research before our arrival…
Thankfully, our stay came complete with its own festival (as any good Spanish city should), and as we found out, Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, therefore has an impressive collection of his paintings. It's coastline also photographed extremely well - Happy days I say!
The next few shots are from my seaside photo session in Malaga. It was worth going just to see the sunset.
Saturday, October 1, 2011
I never thought anything thing would ever compare to Morocco, temperature wise. Turns out that Seville gives Morocco a run for its money as the hottest and sweatiest place on earth. Really though.
Seville or Sevilla as the Spanish call it, is approximately 3 hours north of Algeciras at the bottom of Spain and has about as much Spanish authenticity as it does Sangria - and for those who were wondering, thats a lot!
Here are a few shots of our hot and sweaty visit to the very stunning Sevilla.