Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... a lead. Anyway, the 2nd or third time Lola
leaped into the water the undertow got her and she went under and was swept
away about 3 feet. She emerged from the surf sputtering and eyes as big as
plates. She now has a healthy respect for the ocean. She isn't scared, she just
learned a good lesson.
We met some really nice people (Van, Rosanne and Kristy).
Van and Kristy live ...
... was moving fast and at that distance it would take only day or so to reach us. So slightly nervous we postpone our two-day sail to Puerto Vallarta and take the dogs for a walk. Before we can get them off the boat Ginger has done all her business and is barking at the snowy white Ibis birds with blood red beaks, long legs and feet. They are working the muddy banks of the estuary just a stone's throw off our stern; constantly on the move poking their long curved beaks ...
I got to sleep an extra hour. Jon let me sleep, very nice of him, as I had trouble getting to sleep. My watch began with quite a lightning show off in the distance behind us. It was beautiful and went on for a couple of hours. I was then treated to the relative silence of sailing as I killed the engine and rigged for a broad reach on a port tack. Now it's just a slight breeze as we make about 4.5 knots towards Acapulco, with the sound of ...
... its highlights. Mazatlan is a beautiful sprawling Mexican city with history and culture, which has a bit of a similarity to New Orleans with the second floor balconies and bumpy roads. Another plus: we came back to Mexican prices versus Cabo’s American prices. Mariah and I have now been in Mazatlan for five days and feel like we could easily stay another week … however we have the desire to see what is next for us southbound. We’ve ...
... particular fondness for the sausage. It was disgusting, and wrong, yet somehow we couldn’t look away. Like watching a brother and sister make out at prom.
During the seventh inning stretch a pair of shiny new vehicles appeared on the field and took a brief tour of the infield, apparently in order to give everyone a quick look at what they almost certainly wouldn’t win and would likely never be able to afford. Either way, we couldn’t help but wonder why the ...
Other places to stay in Mazatlan
Venustiano Carranza #4, Mazatlan | 3 star b&bfrom $89
- Leyendas is fabulous
- Casa de Leyendas Better than home away from home
- Magnificent New B & B Near El Centro
Gaviotas, Mazatlan | B&B
- Welcomed? You bet!
- And so the Mexican Proverb goes...
- Agree about Captain Moe's being great!
Sixto Osuna No. 408, Mazatlan | B&Bfrom $75
Avenue De las Gaviotas #506, Mazatlan | B&Bfrom $75
Mazatlan | B&Bfrom $55
Dr Hector Gonzalez Guevara #3, Mazatlan | 4 star b&bfrom $62
127 Paseo Claussen, Mazatlan | B&Bfrom $65
Av. Las Palmas #1, Mazatlan | B&Bfrom $113