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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... out of the water for the summer in Guaymas.
Our experience with Ruben the canvas maker was very good but it highlighted one problem. With our imperfect Spanish and the locals imperfect English, we are never sure if we completely understand what they say and we assume it’s true for them as well. With that in mind, we heard about a gringo named ...
After a surprisingly comfortable night bus ride I arrived in Mazatlan at a decent hour and stepped out into the sticky, humid heat...I was back at the coast again! I had instructions from my host, Ana, how to get to her place and soon enrolled the help of several locals to help me flag down the right bus and get off at the right place. The street signs were so tiny or non-existent and in my denial of my increasing blindness I found myself squinting out ...
... restless during the last few flights we had taken, so I was wondering how she would do on this one. It was probably a good thing that we hadn't made the flight the day before because now she only had to sit through one flight per day instead of two. I brought two new toys for her; a coloring book with crayons and a small lego kit. She colored for a bit, but wasn't too interested in the legos. The little girls across the aisle enjoyed borrowing them ...
... headed north.
The last time we stayed in Maz we had surfed in through the entrance and then watched boats surf in the next day doing 15+ knots, so I was anxious. When we arrived, we had to wait for 2 charter catamarans coming out so by the time we got to the channel entrance high tide was old news. Did I mention the rip tides? The entrance is kind of a relaxed Z and there are rip tides at each turn. We took the first wave into the meager entrance ...
... in soups, grilled, dried out on a stick, etc… whatever was caught is what everyone ate, man, or beast, everyday. Funny thing…people seem alarmed to give their dogs chicken bones, this seemingly malnourished dog was eating fish bones. I think it is the source of his malnutrition, perhaps a stuck fish bone. I did healings on this dog, I also fed him some eggs I made, he really enjoyed that.
I asked the guys if they ever left the farm, they ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center