Islas Del Sol
Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... water (as opposed to those that live on trailers) need to have their bottoms painted regularly. A special paint is used that helps keep the flora and fauna of the sea from attaching itself to the bottom of the boat. After many years of adding layer upon layer of paint, it was time to remove all of it and start over. We had planned to have this done when the ...
... painted on the front right windshield in white shoe polish. There are few official bus stops. To get on a bus anywhere, official stop or not, you just wave. The challenge is to be able to read what’s written in the window, decide if it’s your bus and wave before they’ve driven past. We did our research and when the bus we wanted came by we waved. The driver stopped, we got on and off we went. The first stop was ...
... The DJ’s setup their equipment to the sound of "We no speak Americano" – how appropriate! By 6pm the crowd starts arriving: American and Canadian retirees. Wherever they were hiding, this party is drawing them out of their lairs. Suddenly we feel strangely out of place. The truth was in our face right from the beginning but it went past us somehow: the expat community in Mazatlan is mostly composed of retired white folks, and they tend ...
... top of a trash can lid. Humble offering from humble men, I saw their greatness and was touched deeply by their kindness and enthusiasm. There was also a dog with a skin condition, they named him 'Ronya’ which means ‘mange’ the dog was so skinny and full of raw skin from scratching, and very timid and very sad looking for a puppy. Their was a cat also, the cat seemed more happy and more accepted by these guys. They all ate fish, everyday, fresh ...
... central market. The custom in Mazatlan is to do daily grocery shopping to ensure the freshest of meats and vegetables. The large indoor market has everything from food supplies to clothing to tourist items. You can get everything that you want at this Mexican Alice’s Restaurant. Throngs of local shoppers mixed with tourists were milling into and out of the many doors that allowed access into and egress out of the market. We entered near the meat section of the ...
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