Scared to death: Happy Halloween!

Malaga HalloweenTo be scared to death is a popular idiom which means to be  very, very frightened.

Some people are scared to death of spiders, some are scared to death of cockroaches, but truthfully, I’m scared to death of dogs, cats and the walking dead! I mean seriously, who wants to come face to face with a zombie?!

Well, how stupid am I!! Obviously, the residents of Málaga. Indeed,  every 31st of October the usual late night bar hoppers and trendy clubbers all dress up in costumes of ghosts, werewolves, vampires, skeletons  and evil creatures and roam around the streets doing bad deeds.

Consequently, every Halloween I turn off the lights, lock the doors and hide under my bed eating garlic. That’s right, no vampire is ever going to bite me in the neck.

If you want to read more about how Halloween is celebrated across the globe, check out The Fairs and Festivals section of the Inglés Málaga website.

Daddy, where is my candy?

HalloweenI have just laughed my pants off which wasn’t a good idea as I have a sports injury and now I’m in pain!
So, it is said that the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach and although this is not true for me, it certainly is for most children.

If you want to giggle, or to belly laugh, then check out this video.

Once you have watched it, please remind me why so many people want to be parents. I honestly, don’ get it!

READING: HALLOWEEN

Festival: Halloween – Trick or Treat

Halloween is a festival celebrated on October the 31st. Although it is said to be a secular celebration, some people believe that it has religious connections.

Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, wearing fancy dress costumes, going on ghost tours, lighting bonfires, having costume parties, visiting haunted houses, carving jack-o’-lanterns, reading scary stories, and watching horror movies.

Do you celebrate Halloween? If yes, what do you do? If not, why don’t you celebrate this festival?