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Okay, so I'm two weeks behind, but really, can you pass up Carnaval without so much as a by-your-leave? It's a 5 day party extravaganza of color, costumes, beer, dancing, parades, royalty, parties, and music, music, music. And then more beer. The parade began with a full half hour of beer trucks. This crowd loves their beer. We took the cute little panga--motorboat--across from Stone Island to Mazatlán the day after the parade to see if we could catch a little ...
Tucked away on this tiny spit of land 10 minutes from Mazatlán is an elaborate garden just behind our campsite that appears to be a bit of a mystery. Is it part of a planned development for the island? Are they going to buy up our RV park so they have access to the beach? Will we be able to return here next year? It's a quality piece of landscaping so totally out of place in this rustic, indigenous community ...
... resigned ourselves to two nights there as CPSB after a couple of glasses too many had booked the wrong date.......
Thoughts to the side, we tackled Mazatlan head on, taking with us our overjoyed squad to see the historical parts and the infamous "2nd highest ...
... suited for cars & trucks than the narrow tires of our bikes. The softness of the dirt made it very difficult to peddle. After a km we spotted an open fence at a sewage treatment plant. Hoping to find access back to the paved road and a person to open gate for us at the road, we went for it. Two guys came out of a small building and told us to go back. Then, after a moment, they waved us forward. Soon we discovered we needed to haul our bikes up and down a ...
... They have local favorites of burritos and tortas too. The best were the fresh juices and smoothies (beets and carrot juice being Michelle's favorite, Dave's a Banana Leche smoothie)
Jason’s nose discovered "Super Cocina D' Paulina" which has to be first on the list. The owner Francisco, a chef, creates 3 fabulous set menu's every day. And for 45 pesos ($3.50) we've enjoyed the best meals in Mexico. Always starting with delicious homemade soup and ...
Other places to stay in Mazatlan
Av. Sabalto Cerritos Esq. Lopez Portillo, Mazatlan | 3 star condofrom $89
- Wonderful Vacations!
- This will be 13th trip
- Great...but hot!
Stone Island, Mazatlan | Condofrom $45
Viale Trento 68, Rovereto | 2 star hotelfrom $162
Ave. Ernesto Coppel Campana S/N, Mazatlan | 4 star condofrom $1,059