Crowne Plaza Mazatlan
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... here. We hoped they wouldn’t be a problem as we approached Mazatlan in the dark.
After a long day we dropped anchor in the Stone Island anchorage a couple of hours after sundown. Stone Island is on the southern end of Mazatlan and is an easy place to navigate into after dark. It is well protected from the sea and swell. Today’s run was very straightforward. No big winds. No fishing lines or nets caught in our propeller or ...
... a pic, kind of like a Darwin award waiting to happen. Anyway there is a video of the big bridge, it is 3,688 ft long, 52 ft wide and 1,309 ft.high off the ground. One of the tunnels is 2,150 m long [over a mile]. The scenery is just grand through the Sierra Madre Occidental Mountains. Made it to the park near Mazatlan and all set up. Will post about the campground ...
Awoke to high overcast but no hangover (hurray!). We sat on the porch and had our coffee. A little brown bird hopped across the patio, looking at us at each pause, then hopped in through the open door of the condo. It went in only a few feet before it panicked and flew out again … wonder what it thought it was going to do. The wifi was running really slowly again, which was frustrating because Paul just wanted to send out a simple ...
... the government owned Pemex) - 300Pesos (about $25) for a double room with a TV, our own loo and WiFi! Bargain! Clean sheets as well ... and unlike many motels we have seen in Mexico and elsewhere in Central America, one you couldn't hire by the hour!
Once on the Pacific coast we turned west and cruised over verdant ranges down into farmed valleys, across numerous bridges their rivers, swollen by the recent rains, rushing in a muddy swirl to the sea.
... and fan on full power!
In the evening I walked back along the malecon to watch the waves swimming to the shore and crashing against the rocks. It was nice to be on my own and not have a care or worry in the world. The yoga place also does meditation for free in the evenings. They have a big house right on the seafront with a yoga studio and a meditation room. They have obviously done well out of something!
The meditation first involved 30 ...