Old Mazatlan Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... graceful creatures keep flapping their wings when they are airborne as if they are trying to emulate a bird. It’s an awe inspiring sight.
The next morning Winterhawk and Pacific Raven hauled our anchors and made the 2 hour run up the Mazatlan coastline to Marina El Cid. We were returning to where we were prior to Christmas and our run south to Banderas Bay.
That’s it from here. We’ll be in Mazatlan for quite awhile. We ...
... we changed into our swimming suits and headed to the pool just in time for happy hour. A couple of nights we left to eat dinner elsewhere and to do some souvenir shopping, but for most of our stay, we ate, swam, and played at the resort.
Scott's parents, Ray and Olivia and his Uncle Randy and Aunt Judy arrived in Mazatlan a few days before we did and the day after we arrived, Scott's cousin Rob and his family ...
... turning into downtown.
We disembarked at the central market, which was a very standard central market. We entered at the pork and fish zone, with its full pigs’ heads and smell of fish, then passed through t-shirts and other items to the opposite side of the market. From there, we went to the cathedral, which was in the middle of a mass or at least a homily. It was packed – standing room only – so we ...
Had a bit of a wander along Acalpulco's famous beach - it is set in a delightful well protected bay - and fisherman still pull their nets each day along the sweep of sand.
Anyone who is a VW 'Beatle' fan would love Acalpulco - there are thousands of them being used every day for taxis, as well as private cars. We even took a nostalgic trip down memory lane and squeezed into one for the ride back to the RV park.
We pushed on north through ...
... between us and the ocean. We could see a dirt road just by the ocean and decided to cut through a farm in hopes of cooler riding closer to the beach. That proved to be a mistake. A nice farmer unlocked the gate to give us access to the dirt road along the beach. He offered us water and said in 8 km we’d get to a restaurant. The surf was wild and beach strewn with driftwood, palm frawns and coconut shells. Yes, there was a good wind going but the road ...