Mayan Palace Mazatlan
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... a national park and is home to thousands of boobies (both blue footed and brown varieties), frigate birds, gulls and pelicans. There are also quite a number of iguanas and small lizards. After fueling up with breakfast we lathered up with sunscreen, jumped in the dinghies and took off for the beach at the south end of the island. The landing spot is protected by a small island so thankfully we were able to avoid the dreaded dinghy suicide surf landing. ...
... get to the end of the road. It was all worth it.
We went into the city of Mazatlan the other day, with Jack and Janice, they showed us how to use the bus system, it is fun to ride the buses with the Mexican people. We forgot the camera, we are going again Monday and will up date the pics then.
They meter the elect. here so the solar panels are working great. We plug in at night just because, we ...
... Aquarium/Zoo and taking the bus to the end of its route in the very north end, at Playa Bruja.
At the very end of that beach, there is a little strip mall, a Canadian trailer park and a very good open air restaurant called Mr. Lionso's.. Thanks for that tip, Lyn. We had a really good meal and it was economically priced. Great big Mazatlan garlic shrimp (you HAVE to eat the shrimp in Maz!) and sizzling beef fajitas filled our plates. After a few hours of ...
After six countries in just 30 odd days and travelling only about 3000km we were crossing the border into Mexico ... "Hola North America! .... Adios Central America!"
The border crossing was very efficient, especially on the Mexican side but it did cost - there was a $300 refundable deposit for our vehicle (we get it back when we leave Mexico & hand the paperwork back in), $40 for the Temporary Import Permit for 6 months, while 3rd Party Insurance for a month ...
... one that I had heard of. There is a lighthouse here that is the second highest in the world so I decided to walk there in the midday heat, not realising how far it was. I was absolutely drowning in my own sweat! Part of the way there a Mexican boy stopped and said hello and offered me a ride on his bycicle. I thought why not and sat on the crossbar. He asked if he could accompany me up to the ligthouse. So we chatted in Spanish all the way up and back down. ...