If you read Monday's post then you'll know that last week I jetted off (oh that sounds so swish doesn't it) to Malaga in the south of Spain for a work thing which co-incided with a bit of site-seeing. The trip was a milestone for me because I booked everything myself and travelled alone (one of my friend's was out there so I wasn't entirely solo but the getting there part was all me) and I have some soon-to-be-conquered issues around trips away.
I went a little cray cray on taking photos and I wanted a place to document them all so here we go, a very picture heavy post! Unless you've seen these on my instagram, they are unedited. If I ever go back (I plan to) then I'm going to take my big camera and take some absolutely gorgeous shots but for now, it's quickie phone shots :)
The bar in my hotel was pink and curvy, my favourite things.
Everywhere you looked it was like you were in Kings Landing or some other exotic film location.
I'm completely unadventurous with food choices so this fish in cheesey goop was a big step for me. It wasn't disgusting.
Sangria. When in
Next time you go away, make sure to look up. Some of the most beautiful architecture is above your eye line.
Look how clean everything is. The flooring was tiled and shiney. It pleased me haha.
In every alley there are little eat outside tapas places. They're perfect for a snack/meal and a lot of good people watching. One thing I noticed in Malaga was how well dressed the children all were. Adults too but especially children. It's like they were permanently in their Sunday best. It was so cute.
I could watch fish for hours so it was a real pleasure to sit in the evening sunshine and watch these little fishies zoom about.
Pockets of art.
The courtyard at the Picasso museum.
The venue for LouiseLIVE 2017. Heh heh.
This is the kind of shop I wanted to spend hours mooching around in but sadly I had to rush for my flight.
How they fit this procession through this narrow alley way I do not know. Some kind of floo powder magic I think.
And there we have it. All the photos on my phone. Lovely.
I'm going to do more brave things like this and document them here. I'd love to hear your opinions on Malaga OR any other cute European cities you've visited that I should try out!!