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Average Ratings:
Artisticness: 4.0    Calmness: 4.0    Helpfulness: 5.0   
Intellectualness: 5.0    Neatness: 3.0    Outgoingness: 4.0   
Average Resident Personality Test Scores:
Artisticness: 3.22    Calmness: 3.21    Helpfulness: 2.86   
Intellectualness: 3.06    Neatness: 3.03    Outgoingness: 3.00   

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Name: | Age: 15 | Gender: Male | ZIP: | Resident for: more than 10 years | Added on: 2017-07-09
Artisticness: 4   Calmness: 4   Helpfulness: 5   Intelligence: 5   Neatness: 3   Outgoingness: 4   
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What do you like about Malaga?

It\'s beach and it\'s endless landscapes, also, how it changes, for example: You could find yourself chilling in \"Malagueta\" (A bit full, by the way) And, some time later, go to \"Montes de Málaga\", finding yourself hiking while seeing the beach you were in before.


What do you dislike about Malaga?

Maybe that it\'s a little flithy sometimes, and, that there\'re places (Palma - Palmilla) Which are a bit \"off\" due to it\'s crime and living conditions.


What are your favorite parts of the city to live and/or hang out in?

Maybe \"Rincón de la Victoria\", and \"Plaza de la Marina\", the first one due to it being a very calm town, without much hassle (but during summer, there\'s more people there) And with enough commodities, and monuments.

And Plaza de la Marina, due to it being in not a so calmed town because it\'s a few meters away from \"Calle Larios\", the busiest street in Málaga, but it being close of the main roads, and the port, my favorite place to be, with shops, and with a lonely long place filled with boats to walk, this is where I tend to hang out with a group of friends.


How expensive is it?

Not very much, won\'t speak for souvenirs though, because I haven\'t bought any, but the prices are reasonable. For instance, in a kiosk: (This is in euros)

Water Bottle - 0.5 cents
Bag of \"Gummies Barbacoa\" (A potatoish snack which tastes like bbq) - 0.45 cents
Ice cream (Frigo Pie) - 1 euro

Is it safe?

It\'s very safe, but there\'re some places to be avoided, specially at night, (Palma - Palmilla, for example) Even at late hours, but beware of \"botellones\" unless you\'re partcipating, specially if you\'re with children at late hours, because it\'s not pleasant to see, but it doesn\'t tent to involve people out of it.

How is the weather?

Great, nor burning, nor freezing, not even in summer, nor in winter, I remember an anecdote about me hearing about a guy from Madrid telling that we should pay taxes for our weather! Imagine it.


Additional thoughts?
I am an inhabitant from \"La Cala del Moral\", close to \"Rincón de la Victoria\", but I tend to go to Málaga to do varied activities.

It\'s a nice city to travel by car, but beware than in holidays, (Holy week - First full moon of spring, Free Museum Day...) It\'ll be very hard to find free parking unless you come very early!

Also, you\'ll notice it\'s very varied, there\'s so much to see! (Caminito del Rey, Rincón de la Victoria\'s beaches, The port, The glass museum, Alcazaba, the walking path by the beach, and so on)