Ocean Breeze Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... the area for drugs, the tourism stopped. Recently things have been picking up again, especially as a place for locals to come on holiday. It's a nice city with a cute main square and goofy matching boxy giant golf cart-like taxis. Our day and night in Mazatlan also happened to be exactly on our 2-year wedding anniversary. To celebrate we relaxed at the beach, walked around town, ...
... and they were so helpful. We had a couple nice
evenings visiting with them in the shade/comfort of their wonderful RV set up.
If you are reading this blog, thanks again Van, Roseanne and Kristy!
Slowly but surely, each day we learn a tiny bit more
Spanish. While in Mazatlan we had to find a vet, get Lola’s prescription , and buy
a modem from the TelCel company, all with our little bit ...
... mud in search of food. Two vultures are fighting over a large fish near the Ibis and Ginger's head jerks around at the shrill of a circling osprey. With all this distraction I have to drag Ginger off the boat and on to the plastic dock.Once on the dock we head for land but, Daisy's eyes haven't cleared yet and she walks off into the water. I scurry to get her out as fast as I can. She is a strong swimmer but this is an estuary and crocks are always a possibility. ...
... 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, ...
... the landscape got more lush with big leafy trees, flowers, vines yet still a few cactus sprinkled in. We arrived in Mazatlan early enough to get a late breakfast on the beach. I got to pet a kitty that showed up at our table, my first kitty fix since we left Colorado, it made me happy. We watched fishermen bring in lobster from the bay as Steve had coctel de caracol (snail cocktail – and ...