To start off my Easter break, my friends and I flew to Malaga, a beautiful Spanish coastal city which served as the birthplace of the iconic Pablo Picasso and the home of Alcazaba, a Muslim palatial fortification that was built in the 11th century during the Hammudid Dynasty. The city was very rich in history, culture and traditions and I could only revel at the sight of its marvellous architecture at every corner that we went into.
We arrived in Malaga only to find it gloomy and rainy, which was a bit of a disappointment, but then again that was largely our fault because we decided the time period of our stay that was merely convenient for all of us rather than dates that were going to be sunny. According to the weather forecast on the internet, Malaga was going to be sunny the next day onwards.
After settling in at our apartment, we went around to familiarise ourselves with the city and we even managed to drop by some of the nearby attractions that we wanted to visit on better sunny days.