Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... br> van while he went into get the modem. After 45 minutes, I decided to look for
him. I didn’t want to panic too early as I know everything takes twice as long
Good thing I know how to say, "I am looking for my husband.
He is tall, bald and has white skin", in Spanish. I eventually found him, in
the line at Telcel,crisis averted.
We also met some
people who ...
... bob their heads up and down, and disappear into the rocks. She never shows disappointment, she just keeps looking to see if maybe one is hiding under a tank or trash can. Even today she struts home assured there were no iguanas left on the premises during her watch.Lauri and I put the dogs on the boat and while they take their usual siesta, we ride our bikes to breakfast; down the waterfront past familiar restaurants with the owners out front promoting “happy ...
... lulling me to sleep...NO! I'm on watch! I'm not really tired, but the situation is very peaceful. Back to reading for me.
Another amazing ride in...we finally arrived in Acapulco! Matthew and George were waiting for us, rounding out our crew at five. It's pretty hot and humid here, no surprise. First we anchored, now we are in a slip at the marina. Looks like some decent amenities.
Met up with Matthew and Jon. We got some work done, ...
we rolled into mazatlan in style in our 1980s chevy van maxing out the speedometer at 85 passing everyone on the carretera. the driving here is ******* scary and sickening to say the least with a lot of slamming on the breaks. i mean a lot. slamming on the breaks to avoid semis parked on the freeway slamming to avoid hitting food and bird pedalers who get way to close for the chance to sell ...
... we’d find a place to watch the World Junior final we finally settled on one of about a dozen choices, a place called the Dugout I think, where we joined about 40 Canadians and 2 Americans who all cheered raucously for three hours and then left in very different states of happiness but very similar states of drunkenness. Coincidentally, some random couple showed up late so we let them squeeze in at our table, some people got talking to them and it turns out they were not only ...
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
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