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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
Well, we just spent 4 days in Mazatlan and it was great! We
stayed at a much better RV Park. It was SOOO hot, but at least there was a pool
with an ocean view. It was a 2 minute walk to the beach, which had huge surf. Lola
was not yet accustomed to the undertow and the crazy waves. I took the dogs to
the beach by myself and let Lola have at it! Mabel is a big scared baby still,
so she has to ...
Of the three, I was worse off by far for some reason. So up early, the kiwi's where prepping for the short hop over to Mazatlan while I was seriously contemplating just staying here: judging the bed a convenient distance from the bathroom, which would not be the case on Big O. But then looking at where I needed to be by the end of then month and where I wanted to go visit, I simply could not afford a day off ...
... try to visit the building, thinking that we might be able to get in later to see the interior.
The streets were very quiet, which gave a very lazy sense to the city, but charming, with colorful houses and box-trees. We ended up walking past the Archaeological Museum, which was open and free (on Sundays), so we went in. There are about four rooms, with good descriptors (in Spanish and English) of the different eras and ...
... each night camping somewhere along the coast at an RV park or in the grounds of a small hotel. Some of the beaches are pretty good with a good surf rolling in, nearly all have the beach, above the reach of the waves, crowded with bush and palm shelters that go under the grandiose name of a restaurant or bar. The real fancy ones are hotels!
All through the Americas we have been plagued by speed humps. Here in Mexico they are called Topes, Reductors ...
... herself without even a second thought. I prayed that God bless her abundantly for her kindness.
We continued walking and stopped at a placita, these are small parks with benches usually located in the center of any small town or several of them in large towns, were people gather and sit and watch people go by, or meet and greet the neighbors. There was an older man selling fresh ice cold coconuts, we bought one and drank the juice in it, so cold and fresh ...