Casa Lucila Boutique Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... of us and by leaving early we had a better chance of arriving at our next stop before dark. We didn’t relish running after dark among the long lines and nets that the locals use day and night. Once again we motored all day. The highlights were many sea turtles, each marked by a single seabird standing on their back! We also saw a few rays jumping as well as receiving a dolphin escort as we neared Isla Isabela. We had bypassed this island on the way ...
We took a day trip to Mazatlan with Evelyn and Steve. A couple from Colorado that we met at the campground. Evelyn is a very adventurous woman who drove her motorhome down by herself. Steve is still working and has only three weeks off, he flew down to join her for a while before they drive home.
We took the water taxi from Stone Island to the city, a three minute ride, ...
... a 1 hour time change.
A taxi took us to Captain Moe's B and B (it was 4 am remember), and after ringing the bell, we finally met the Captain in his bathrobe, who kindly let us in, pointed to our room and said that breakfast would be ready for us whenever we got up. We could eat in the garden with the hummingbirds and orioles who came to visit the feeder. Perfect.
The B and B is located in the busy Zona Dorado, or the Golden Zone, which is the really ...
It's our anniversary!
The prospect of spending our 9th "Commitment Celebration" anniversary in Mazatlan was not very appealing.
Few people had anything positive to say so our expectations were low. Its hey-day was apparently in the 80's. Her natural beauty is still very much evident but many streets and buildings are delapidated. Mazatlan also has a bad rep for drug cartel-related activities that has scared away visitors who ...
... on this route proclaiming it 'Ruta Tourista'. This way will add 30km/20 miles vs. going on the truck route 15. And as expected, it proved to have very little traffic and, from that aspect, a great way to cycle. We made good time for two hours…..then the sun broke through the clouds and put the brakes on our muscles. There was no way of getting around the life sucking heat and humidity.
We enjoyed seeing small town life with Little League ...