A couple of weekends ago (I know, I know, I'm still behind) I took a spontaneous trip to Marbella. Marbella is a city in the province of Malaga, and about 30 minutes away from Malaga capital (where I live). While Marbella is an immensely beautiful city with it's own sub-climate which actually makes it warmer than Malaga, it is more widely known as being a vacation spot for the super rich. There is an area of Marbella called Puerto Banus that literally looks like an episode of "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous."
In this one area I counted at least six Bentley's, two Lamborghini's, two Ferrari's, and this new, all-white, four door Porsche Panamera that was to die for (I don't know if I ever mentioned it but I l-o-v-e cars so I definitely enjoyed this area). As if all of these luxury cars in about a three block radius wasn't enough, the tourists who didn't feel like getting the Bentley out of storage just pulled their multi-million dollar yachts directly up to Puerto Banus :)
Unfortunately, I did all my sightseeing in Marbella at night because we went to the pueblo during the day (more on that later), so here are a few shots.
This was probably one of the weirdest statues I've ever seen. All I kept thinking was "why can you see that horse's ribs?"
Me and my friend Christina. Please excuse my awkward poses but this fountain had so many different colors and they were all so brilliant!