Travel Blogs from Mazatlan, Mexico

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Do You Know What Today Is?, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Do You Know What Today Is?

A travel blog entry by thelees

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It's our anniversary! The prospect of spending our 9th "Commitment Celebration" anniversary in Mazatlan was not very appealing.  Few people had anything positive to say so our expectations were low. Its hey-day was apparently in the 80's. Her ...

Mazatlan, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Mazatlan

A travel blog entry by panf007

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... our past travel experiences. His spanish was much better than mine and he also gave me a few pointers about travelling in Mexico. First thing about Mazatlan is it was Hot, even at 10am when our ferry docked. It was also much dirtier than La Paz and ...

Through Mexican roads, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Through Mexican roads

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard is highly appreciated. Please contact us by ...

Mainland Mexico Baby!!!!!!!!!!, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Mainland Mexico Baby!!!!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by tour-46

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O.K. so, we`re only in ruddy mainland Mexico, check the sh·t. Ben mashed his chain today, i´m talking flailing off down the road type stuff, but one fortuitous pick up ride later. thanks to Jorge and Chave, we were sorted out with a new DID chain and ...

La Casa de Familia, Mazatlán, Mexico travel blog

La Casa de Familia

A travel blog entry by dinojay2

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... and a pair of borrowed hoodies, the excessive air conditioning creating unpleasant sensations in our still damp crotches. The way real Mexico, and surly dwarves, were always meant to be enjoyed. Coming soon: Antarctica! Well, stories about Antarctica. The ...

Club Med - Playa Blanca 1982, Mexico, Mexico travel blog

Club Med - Playa Blanca 1982

A travel blog entry by planetwalker

Flying.......not my favourite thing. So it was just my luck to have a pilot who gets his kicks out of playing with the passengers. "Grand Canyon on the left" he bellows over the speaker........and a surprising number of people jump up and look out the ...

Its 'No Pearl of the Pacific'....................., Mazatlán, Mexico travel blog

Its 'No Pearl of the Pacific'.....................

A travel blog entry by amazingjourneys

... stylish boutique B&B is housed in a fine traditional building, just off Plaza Machado - one of the nicest parts of Mazatlan. They offer five stylish rooms and two suites, ranging from $70 - $105 US dollars a night. They also offer free ...

Mazatlan, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Mazatlan

A travel blog entry by macrosse1

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We made it to Mazatlan today and we hit some rain on the way but it was the tail end. After unloading our bikes we set out on foot to find dinner. We had two choices , walk left or walk right. We chose the wrong way. We walked for a while until Paul asked ...

Bathroom break in, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Bathroom break in

A travel blog entry by scott_and_kerry

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This is a video from 2 campsites ago. If you read the blog about Scott having to break into the disgusting bathroom , this is it. We haven't had strong enough wifi to send videos until now. ...

Article 1, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Article 1

A travel blog entry by len_20

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... from the bible, pray, and eat breakfast - possibly the only meal they'll get today. Most of us think of Mazatlan, Mexico as a paradise with grand hotels, beaches that stretch for miles, and drinks served in hollowed-out pineapples. I've ...

Mazatlán, México, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Mazatlán, México

A travel blog entry by tlbuster

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... . The three of us then commissioned a driver for a private tour of the historic district and cathedral in the old part of Mazatlan. I was not interested in the new commercial district, but rather desired to traipse about in the history of the old city. ...

Mazatlan, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Mazatlan

A travel blog entry by wilbro

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foto's, Mazatlán, Mexico travel blog

foto's

A travel blog entry by tanjadave

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Barranca del cobre/ ...

It.s Mazatlan in Mexico, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

It.s Mazatlan in Mexico

A travel blog entry by janetmorgan

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... DOING??? YA KNOW WHERE YA STAYIN?? Early the next morning I fled Nogales. THis meant an 18 hour bus trip to Mazatlan. THe buses in Mexico are the best. Big seats, reclining chairs and movies all in Spanish with Spanish subtitles - so I slept!! Thank ...

...it's like a palapa, Mazatlán, Mexico travel blog

...it's like a palapa

A travel blog entry by roadtrip2010

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... ) kites, fishing trips, skidoo rentals, etc.  It has become a reflex to say, "no, gracias" to all offers and the Mazatlan vendors are not too pushy.  One guy actually just walked right past us and Jeff felt insulted.  They walk up and down ...

some comfort and familiarity, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

some comfort and familiarity

A travel blog entry by roadtrip2010

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We are once again at the (fabulous beds of the) Crowne Plaza Mazatlan. This is really just a pit stop on our way back to the Baja (4 days ahead of schedule).  The ferry only runs from here to La Paz on Mon/Wed/Fri so we're killing time and seeking to ...

A rocky beginning, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

A rocky beginning

A travel blog entry by lisaviro1981

... in 2 different directions by 2 different locals, abandoned the idea of more buses and hailed a pulmonia (golf cart/taxi unique to mazatlan) to the ferry landing for Isla de la Piedra. Once there we got another pulmonia across the island to a semi ...

Mazatlaaahhhhhn - Reaching the Oasis, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Mazatlaaahhhhhn - Reaching the Oasis

A travel blog entry by bron_and_eli

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... and its common to see people in surgical masks.  In light of this development we decided to change our departure flight from Mexico City to Mazatlán, which means missing a few final stops on our tour in the name of safety (and convenience).  ...

Surfs Up, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Surfs Up

A travel blog entry by lisaviro1981

We arrived in Mazatlan at midnight after our day on the farm, was such a relief when the stern faced hostel lady agreed to let us check in 6 hours late as on first impressions everything was completely dead. High tourist season here is November til ...

Racing down the coast of Mexico, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Racing down the coast of Mexico

A travel blog entry by cmedancing

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... like a cheaper, trendy Starbucks.  One even had computers of their own you could use for free… score!We are on our way to Mazatlan today and we will probably spend at least 2 nights there.  We need a little R & R after the last few crazy ...

Mazatlan, Mexico, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Mazatlan, Mexico

A travel blog entry by r.wethereyet

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After leaving Puerto Vallarta, we sailed up the coast to the largest commercial port n Mexico - Mazatlan. At this port there is almost as many vehicles coming and going as cruise passengers. We took a tour of the Golden Zone and watched a cultural show ...

Starting a day with fresh Orange Juice, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Starting a day with fresh Orange Juice

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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... Geographically we are further South than the South end of Florida on the latitude of Cuba. Gestern Abend sind wir in Mazatlan angekommen. Die Stadt hat einen sehr schönen historischen Kern, der erst kürzlich mit viel Geld renoviert wurde. Diesen ...

Mazatlan - Land of Sun and Beaches, Mazatlán, Mexico travel blog

Mazatlan - Land of Sun and Beaches

A travel blog entry by lairsho

  We arrived in Mazatlan after a long bus ride from Los Mochis. It was dark and we took a taxi to the shabby hotel on the beach strip that I had reserved for one night--our first experience with Mexican taxi drivers who know only two speeds, fast or ...

From Durango to Mazatlan over the Mountains Top, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

From Durango to Mazatlan over the Mountains Top

A travel blog entry by aleman

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... guess turning    its way up the sierra mountains with just perfect views (and good spots for overnight Westy camping, towards Mazatlan side). As soon as you reach the Top, you feel it.  Humid, warm, wet, tropical. Yap, you are on ...

Two full bag searches on one bus trip, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Two full bag searches on one bus trip

A travel blog entry by jillsy

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Here we are, even further north, it´s even hotter, stickier and sunnier. Presently watching Argentina kick Mexico`s ass in the futbol. Poor Mexicans are devo`d. Did the day us thing today,we had two army stops today, they are really serious about ...

Day 11 - San Mochis to Mazatlan Mexico, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Day 11 - San Mochis to Mazatlan Mexico

A travel blog entry by guruzers

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... nbsp; There were people crowding around us just to check us out.  Holywow.  An English speaking Mexican picked us out in a hurry and I used him to order us lunch (oh so yummy).  We are now relaxing and recharging in beautiful ...

Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Mazatlan, Sinaloa

A travel blog entry by aloijos

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Ferry to The Baja, Mazatlán, Mexico travel blog

Ferry to The Baja

A travel blog entry by 1life

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We are presently in Mazatlan Mexico and are taking the ferry to the Baja, Mexico this afternoon.  Below is a summary of what has happened in the last couple of days. We left Oaxaca at first light Sunday morning with the intention of riding hard ...

Continuing up the coast, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Continuing up the coast

A travel blog entry by epijuarez

... the room no per person. We are one block away from Playa Norte and about a 20 minute walk from the centre of town. Mazatlan, like Puerta Vallarta, is a big holiday resort for Americans. Like Puerta Vallarta it is also split into 2 parts. You have the ...

Reflections on week one, Mazatlan, Mexico travel blog

Reflections on week one

A travel blog entry by sheppard

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... (more by my own sense of not really being sure what i was doing rather than any actual intimidation) than I do here in Mazatlan. I can't tell if that's because I'm now starting to settle in a bit more, or if it's because Mazatlan is more gentle, or most ...

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