Hotel De Cima
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... for dinner.
After dinner we went to the top of the Freeman Hotel for a drink and a view of the sunset and the Colonial district of the city. It is a wonderful place to see it all. The city is getting ready for their Carnival celebration with large paper mache statues of clowns and the like.
It was a fun trip and we got some good pictures, we hope you enjoy them.
... United States. Cruise ships used to stop in Mazatlan's port but this stopped about 2 years ago. A new highway and the Baluarte bridge are in the last stages of being built and will greatly reduce the driving time from Durango to Mazatlan. Home owners in Mazatlan feel that the prices of their homes will rise significantly once this new highway is open.
The malecon (promenade) along the ocean is wonderful. It is the longest one in Latin America, about 10 km miles ...
... Dois' watch, Ginger was in the cockpit with him and she started barking, wouldn't stop. Three or four minutes of this and then he sees what her problem is; Dolphin emerge from the deep, flashing bright in the phosporescence of the sea. I so wish it had been my watch.
The morning brings us glassy seas on which to motor. The bright spots in our day were all the turtles in our path. Leatherbacks and greens and they were, to the last one, camera ...
... sunsets from our balcony was bliss. On our anniversary we spent the day strolling along the malecon and took turns every hour to say what we love most about each other. That night we splashed out for a fancy-schmancy dinner at an Argentinian steakhouse. It was quite some time since we had decent steak, it did not disappoint. We even agreed to a busker's serenade (see pic).
Aside - In Mexico busking guitarists/vocalists and mariachis ...
... rises above 10%. Once I get some pictures up, you may notice I'm without front panniers, so the bike is a little imbalanced and therefore squirrely on descents.
The route back to Puerto Vallarta was busy and we rode accompanied by a fairly solid stream of traffic, but drivers were decidedly courteous despite the lack of a decent shoulder. Road signs are a good deal less noticeable than what we're accustomed to, so we managed ...