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They have changed clocks back and forth every day on this cruise, and it's been hard to keep track. We woke up early today to see our arrival into Mazatlan.
After a quick breakfast in the Horizon Buffet, we disembarked and met our tour guide, Milton.
Our tour was a half day walking tour of Old Mazatlan that included stops at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (the only Roman Catholic Church with the Star of David ...
... couple leaving after 3 weeks, invited the next evening to some classical guitar and sunset watching and then there was the boatload of welcomes and why-don't-you-stay-longers.
Happily we were there when the produce man came--pretty cool to have produce and pastries delivered right to your doorstep--and again when the water man came bringing 5 gallon containers of purified water.
But next day we were heading south again.
We decided it was time to say goodbye to the desert of San Carlos and make our way to greener pastures: Mazatlan. As we get going at 11.45am the Homer Simpson copilot plans an arrival at 8.30pm, much later than we anticipated... and we have not been able to book a pet-friendly accommodation yet. Finding one on a Saturday evening could be a challenge but we put our faith in our guardian angels and drive.
As we cross Ciudad Obregon, two teenagers rush towards ...
My first night in Mazatlan
I meet with my friend Zanne, she has been traveling for 6 weeks in Mexico and since July across the USA. In her Izusu truck converted to run on Vegie oil and has part of the cargo box turned into an 8ft by 8ft living space. Complete with two bunk beds, a stove and sink and a counter. And it also has solar panels for electricity. A small fridge and a water purifier, and a shovel for a bathroom. The outside of ...
... without any more patches, he put it back together and we road to our favorite breakfast & juice place, El Sunami, to eat while we waited for the bike shops to open at 10AM. By the time we made the 5 block trip, the tire was flat. We needed to find a bike shop before we departed Mazatlan and the shopping list was expanded to patches, new tube, and if they had it, a new thorn-free tire…… I went with Jason to find ...