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Travel Blogs from Los Mochis
San Carlos to Los Mochis
This morning we were up early, Cathie took Kona for a walk at the Beach
while I packed up Hazel.
Sounds like Cathie and Kona had lots of fun at the beach, visiting with
other people and dogs, they even saw a few dolphins. Cathie was quick
with the camera and got a few nice shots.
By 8am we were on route to Star Marina to buy a new water pump for
Hazel. This is about ...
... other foods on offer at these stalls. When the lady came to open her fries stall we took that as our cue to move on.
We wandered along the "Malecon" for a while to admire the water, boats and birds and then set off for the ferry terminal. Along the way we had offers from taxis looking for a fare, quickly dropping their prices in hope as there were so many of them and so few possible passengers. We declined them all in favour of a walk.
We had a quick stop along the ...
... did some hilarious things I had never seen him do before he was so excited to get out of the car, I´m drinking my first minchelada since being in Mexico last and I´m a happy chick.
song for the day - got a feeling by the mamas and the papas
ps - got my first look at Brody being truly protective of me today. he barked like he was actually mad at this guy for coming up to me. it was awesome. i´m in love with that ...
... sunset over the Sierra Madre mountains.
I was checked on board the 'El Chihuahua' by a job's worth receptionist who wanted to keep my passport as security for the key to my cabin. I adamantly refused this arrangement and the receptionist then decided that maybe 100 pesos would suffice instead. The ship is used primarily for cargo and the sparsely furnished lounge was full of Mexican truckers. I was wondering whether to sample ...
April 19, 2009 Topolobampo The locals just call it Topo, which works for me! It is an interesting stop that lays claim to being the third deepest sea port in the world, which is true, but it is so much more than that! Just outside the port compound is a little fishing town by the same name, with a harbour full of large shrimp boats. The locals fish for shrimp for six months of the year then allow the shrimp to reproduce for the next six months to insure a steady supply to a ...
Other places to stay in Los Mochis
Leyva & Hidalgo, Los Mochis | 2 star hotelfrom $73
Av. Alvaro Obregon No. 691 Pte, Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $101
Leyva y Cardenas, Los Mochis | 3 star hotelfrom $84
Av Camaron Sabalo N 777, Los Mochis | 4 star hotelfrom $89
Gabriel Leyva & H. Valdez 525 Norte, Los Mochis | 3 star hotelfrom $75
322 Angel Flores Sur , Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $46
Bulevar Adolfo Lopez Mateos 1251-A Norte, Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $46
Boulevard Centenario No. 1135, Los Mochis | 3 star hotelfrom $78
Obregon 580 Poniente, Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $49
365 Angel Flores Sur, Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $33
Ave. Alvaro Obregon # 400 Ote, Los Mochis | Hotelfrom $41