Hotel Hacienda Mazatlan
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Our first stop in Mexico: Mazatlan for Carnaval!! Chris signed up to help a Mexican partner company produce 5 fireworks shows during the city´s annual Carnaval festival. Mazatlan is a beautiful coastal city with a mix of resorts, smaller hotels, and bright colonial architecture. It seems to be more of a Mexican destination, as we were some of the ...
... faced quesidillas for appetizers. The entree was grilled beef flank steak, refried beans, prickly pear, guacamole salad. Pudding for dessert. We also had a wonderful drink made from hibiscus flowers as well as a margarita! The restaurant was set in a garden partially covered. Chickens, roosters and chicks wandered throughout and after dinner some sheep were released and fed from bottles - much to the delight of ...
our new friends (Kristy and Van) we found out that you can buy almost any prescription
drug over the counter, as long as it is not a narcotic. You even have to buy
your dog drugs at the Farmacia. Buying a modem at the Telcel was about as
frustrating as getting help at the MTS kiosk in the mall. It took an hour and I
thought something happened to Scott. He had left me and the girls in ...
... isn't seeing us well and she can't hear us either so I have to touch her with a handy oar to show her where I am. Once I pull her up on the dock we are both dripping wet but it is already eighty five degrees and the water feels good.Ginger checks on Daisy and then tries to hurry us along. She knows this is a good time to find iguanas. She likes to chase them off the lawn and rocks surrounding the marina. But today the wind will betray her. The big lizards catcher ...
... a simple gesture really sets a tone of kindness and good wishes.
We walked around and passed several places of business, everything from candy and chips to brooms and nails, hair and nail salons, and a tortilleria. My friend had not experienced a freshly made tortilla so we stopped and I ordered a half a kilo of tortillas, they were warm and steaming out of the paper they were wrapped in, so we each took a tortilla to eat right then and there, ...