I’ve noticed that everywhere, people are posting photos of the Christmas lights where they live on their blogs. So I thought, why not do the same? When you come right down to it, the Christmas lights of Malaga are definitely worth it!
This year they had a Gothic cathedral theme.
I also took a photo from underneath the “Gothic arch”.
As you can see, the throngs of crowds admiring the Christmas lights were immense.
Of course, Christmas lights weren’t the only thing that there was to admire on the busy streets of Malaga.
There were a myriad of shows being put on by street entertainers from large groups to single artists. One very large gathering was formed of a group of about six musicians playing Christmas carols on the trumpet, clarinet and other brass instruments, plus three guys dressed up as the Three Kings of Orient to liven up the crowd. However, I couldn’t see them very well, because there was a mass of people around them, enjoying their music. Which wasn’t surprising, because their music was incredible.
But since I couldn’t photograph them because there were too many people, I went to quieter corners.
A young girl was selling these little cottages by a fountain for people to use for making their own personal “belenes”, or Nativity scenes.
What stroll would be complete without a photo of my kids? This is my son in front of the Christmas tree in la Plaza de la Constitución, Malaga’s main square.
I LOVE CHRISTMAS WITHOUT SNOW!!!
When I was a child it was the only thing I dreamt of for Christmas: a Christmas without snow. Of course, living in Canada, that was absolutely impossible.
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