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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... San Blass, Mexico and they set us up with an affordable
house rental there. A tropical storm was moving through the area of Mazatlan
and we were soaked. Not fun! So we decided to head south and rent the house for
a day or 2 to get a break from the heat and rain.
After, the house rental we are going to Sayulita(near Puerta
Kerry & Scott
It would be Brett's birthday in two days and he wanted to spend it on the side of the ocean in Mazatlan. Brett was for driving all the way there in one day, around 550km, but I was very dubious about that happening as I'd been on the coast a few days back and I knew what the riding would be like: incredibly hot and stupidly humid! Which tire's you out right quick and does not make for fun riding. So we decided to just hop on the bikes ...
... The most impressive thing was the Spaniard matador rode a horse that was able to run sideways, do 360's, and dance. I was blown away! This is also the day that I met Tom, another guy riding his motorcycle down Central America (we are going to try to travel for a bit together). All in all I had a great time in Mazatlan and tomorrow I'm off to to ride the "best" road in Mexico with my new friend Tom! ...
... touring bikes! Exhausted, we pedal back to the hotel to get some shut eye.
Day 23 (1/9/11): 0km
Yannick and Shirley have another rest day. We check out the other harbor in La Paz and ride our bicycles around to explore the town. For lunch, we have a repeat of yesterday's lunch: the most awesome fish tacos yet. This place is so good and cheap, we decide it will be our lunch spot for the rest of the days we ...
... I saw one car on the premises, but it had flat tires, so I asked how they get away, it is about 25 km to town. They laughed, they said, that’s our car! We flatten the tires so the boss thinks we never leave, but there is a compressor in back that we use to fill up the tires we purposely flatten for appearances. Aye,aye,aye!
A family showed up one day near where we were and spent the day swimming, and fishing, and just hanging out, by evening I saw ...