Marina Del Rey Beach Club
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They have changed clocks back and forth every day on this cruise, and it's been hard to keep track. We woke up early today to see our arrival into Mazatlan.
After a quick breakfast in the Horizon Buffet, we disembarked and met our tour guide, Milton.
Our tour was a half day walking tour of Old Mazatlan that included stops at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (the only Roman Catholic Church with the Star of David ...
... try to be there in time for the festival, which runs May 2-4. That will also be the next time we have internet. So for those of you who are getting a bit antsy about your next Winterhawk blog fix we promise to post an entry from Loreto about our trip from here to there.
That’s it from Mazatlan, the shrimp capital of Mexico. Fair winds.
... This love for her children is the love that has changed the way I view my own mother, this is the love for which I am so grateful for today.For you that still have your mothers love them today, forgive them today, celebrate them today. For those of us that no longer have our mothers, Mother's Day is easier to celebrate in a way because we only have the best memories to celebrate, but our burden is now that our mothers are gone, and we miss 'em.
Happy Mother's Day!
... with it’s big resorts, 1980’s Mazatlan hotels (from it’s heyday), and old Mazatlan with it’s little bungalows. A very nice afternoon. Then found camping in a large space filled with palm trees between two vacation homes and watched the sun set.
We went to the Looney Bean for coffee, then spent the day on our private beach lounging in the sun alternating ...
... old sun-worshiper who has been staying by herself in the same room at the same hotel for several months each year for the last 25 years,.
As a group, we went to a couple Mazatlan Venados games. Venados is Spanish for “deer” because, clearly, what else would call a Mexican baseball team? Of course, their opponents were the Culiacan Tomateros which, as far as I can tell, translates to “People Who Do Tomatoes”. Another shocking discovery was Esteban ...