Yesterday, we spent the day wandering around the city of Málaga. This photo was taken at Muelle Uno, the fabulous new port and marina. It was a beautiful sunny November day with lots of people strolling around. The restaurants were full to bursting!
During the summer, I extended the social media of East of Málaga blog to include Facebook and Twitter, where I post lots of articles and photos that never get included here on the blog.
I posted the above photo on my Facebook page yesterday, but unless you are already a fan, you would never have got to see it.
Recent posts on Facebook and Twitter include photos of my visit to Nerja cemetery last Friday evening for Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), information on courses to promote winter mountain safety or identifying varieties of mushrooms found in the Natural Park of Sierras Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama and How to Complete the EX15 for NIE Application in Spain.
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Marianne, the sailboat looks so tempting. I want to climb aboard and sail away. My friend had a sailboat several years ago – he’s older now – and the feeling when you’re on there is indescribable. Beautiful photo ….
Actually, you have reminded me that there are boat trips out of the new Malaga marina – and I think that would make a perfect present for someone 🙂
I was in Malaga last Friday and it was heaven. The weather was beautiful, the streets were busy with sightseers and tourists and the restaurants and bars packed out. I’m a big fan of the Picasso Museum and I also love doing the walk up along the old city walls and to the top where the parador is – the views are fantastic. Marianne I’ve been following you for a while on twitter but I’ve now just followed your facebook page. I’m bettydharma on twitter and The Rioja Diaries on facebook – I’ll be posting just as soon as the rubble and dust have settled, it’s chaos here right now!
I’m so glad you enjoyed your visit to Malaga. The weather has been amazing this year – and the views from the Gibralfaro across Malaga city, the new port area and the Bullring certainly are fantastic!
I’ll hope over to FB and Twitter now and try to find you 🙂
Thanks for following me.
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A very inspiring photo, Marianne… 🙂
It was the first time I’ve ever wandered around the new port in Malaga – so I was quite inspired 🙂
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What a wonderful idea for you to share via FB and Twitter for those who want more, or don’t utilise WordPress 🙂
Glad you agree, EllaDee 🙂
What a stunning photo, Marianne. 🙂
Thanks, Sylvia 🙂
Great! I’ll go find you on F/B now!
Just click on the FB box in my right sidebar, Patricia 🙂
Fantastic pictures again. I’ve followed you for quite a while and never seen anything but excellent photography and enthusiastic writing.
xxx Huge Hugs xxx
OH David, you are too kind.
Thank you so much 🙂
Hi – we were in Malaga just for the night in May and went to an incredible Flamenco show at Kelipe Centro de Arte -Flamenco – the location was intimate and gorgeous – the show was absolutely wonderful. Our last night in Spain was magical as a result.
That’s good to know, Barbara. Glad your final night in Spain was so special 🙂