Old Mazatlan Inn
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... used 24 kilowatts in 8 days. They charge $.16 a kilowatt, so that would be 3.84 so far.
There is also a veggie truck that comes around every day, we really like that and manage to purchase something every day. He also brings fresh bakery rolls and eggs.
Across the road about 200 yards from the gate is a beautiful botanical garden. A company from Durango is in the process of developing it, they have ...
... and just hanging out, we walked home along the beach - about a 2 1/2 hour walk.
It was too bad that we were not able to go swimming in Maz. as the water was too cold and the red flags were up on every beach.
On Friday we went to El Centro where children's science projects were on display. The kids loved explaining their work to us, in Spanish with a few English words thrown in here and there.
On Saturday, we watched the Pan American Cup ...
... 129! Then up the road a km or so we had our tyres sprayed by the Agriculture department for $7!
You could immediately feel the difference of Mexico - the roads were better and the infrastructure better maintained, while fuel was just 80 cents a litre!
Mind you within a couple of hours of being in Mexico we had been stopped:
At the Ag dept checkpoint;
At 3 police checkpoints - they are very intimidating: dressed in black, flak jackets, ...
W e left Mazatlan and headed along the coast, to a small fishing village well, several small villages very close together, within 20 km of each other, practically neighbors. Rosario was a nice stop we walked along the cobble stone streets, along side colorful houses, the cleanliness here was notable, people sweeping their sidewalks of dirt and dust, and stopping to wave or say a Buenos dias to all who passed.
People here acknowledge each other with greetings ...
... a security guard who would be there to keep an eye on things. And the owner gave us a lift to the local store on his way to dropping off a few employees at home. We cooked our own dinners and then pitched tents after most other customers had gone home and before lights out at 9:30. We decided to stay under the roof in order to stay dry in the event we got another nighttime down poor.
The security guy set up a cot in the breeze way. It was about 3 and ...