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... it's sand is a shade of grey and littered with cigarette buts. There were a lot of cats living amongst the rock wall next to the beach. Today we went to the Picasso museum. It was interesting but it does astound me how much one can read into a painting. I think his work is very interesting and am amazed that he continued to paint until the day before he died. In the same building ...
... the multiple offerings. One other museum I made it a point to see is
the Carmen Thyssen Collection. Carmen Thyssen married into the
Thyssen-Bornemisza family whose art collection is housed in a museum in Madrid
and became a significant art collector herself. The museum in Malaga is devoted
almost entirely to Andalusian and other Spanish art of the 1800s, a period of
romanticism and some impressionism with notable artists whose works ...
... China to mass produce everything. As in the US, I spend most of my time reading labels and being disappointed. So it's been tiring to shop here as well.
Walking back to the ship, Earl stopped to take another long look at the beach attendees. Along a rock shoreline, plenty of cats were asleep and enjoying the sun. Use your imagination on the comments I had for him concerning this view, as there is a lot of material to work with.
... It was a pleasure to walk around and take pictures of the colourful fish and fresh (and cheap!) fruits. More on that in another post. I have enough information on the food of Malaga that it can actually be another post, haha. But anyway. The market was really nice. If we lived here longer, Ibu would enjoy herself trying out all the different fruits, vegetables and seafood.
Speaking of food, we had lunch at the Malagueta beach. I'm not ...
We arrived in Malaga by bus after a short trip from Granada (1.5 hrs). The city looked nice from the highway on the way in, but the most prominent thing of the skyline was the rigging and cranes above the docking port for tankers and cargo ships. They were huge and actually pretty ugly in contrast with the small buildings of the city. We could also see two Ferris wheels in the distance, which I feel is always a subconscious suggestion of a nice fun city.