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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... night and in amongst many other topics we talked about whether to leave this wonderland tomorrow or stay another day. It was a very short discussion as we unanimously voted to stick around and enjoy this beautiful island. The next day Margie wasn’t feeling well so we all just hung out and enjoyed the surroundings for yet another day. Patti sat in the cockpit watching a juvenile whale happily jumping and tail slapping.
Friday morning we hoisted ...
... of long picturesque beaches, blue whimsically-shaped pools and jovially unattractive clusters of North Americans. There were sunset fish dinners on the beach, bi-daily trips to Fatfish, a Golden Zone restaurant that has managed to find the perfect mix - just shabby enough to seem local and borderline cheap, at least in comparison to most of the nearby tourist enclaves, but yet serving a familiar tourist version of popular Mexican foods while ...
... a full moon, we decided to walk back along the beach. I am so glad we made that decision, because it was the perfect night, and the perfect walk. Of course, the fact that the sand was unstable and the beach uneven didn’t really help us feel more sober, but we thoroughly enjoyed the walk home … and, I should add, given the current state of affairs in Mexico, we felt perfectly safe.
Back at the condo, we had a large glass of water, then went to ...
... right in front of a very small beach closed in by protective walls, which was nice when we didn't want to walk the 30 minutes to get to the main beach. Most days we ended up walking an average of two hours but some days we walked as much as five, definitely got our exercise that's for sure. The day we walked five we walked all the way to the end of the boardwalk which is at the end of the Golden Zone and walked back, but of course we stopped for ...
... street carts or in hole-in-the-wall places that make you glad you`re Hep A and typhoid jabs are current. As a rule of thumb, if the place would rack up triple digit health code violations in the US but you canīt find a seat, you know they`ve got the goods. So far, I hadn`t found that place in Mexico but today I hit the jackpot.
The market in Mazatlan isn`t the craziest I`ve been to, but I do love a place where you can literally watch ...
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