Ocean Breeze Hotel
Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... a lead. Anyway, the 2nd or third time Lola
leaped into the water the undertow got her and she went under and was swept
away about 3 feet. She emerged from the surf sputtering and eyes as big as
plates. She now has a healthy respect for the ocean. She isn't scared, she just
learned a good lesson.
We met some really nice people (Van, Rosanne and Kristy).
Van and Kristy live ...
... that, the truck was off! Police in Canada would probably just smile wicked.ly and drive off without even thinking of intervening...
Must of been around 4-5pm when we hit Culiacan and we (namely Brett ;) ) briefly contemplate driving on to Mazatlan but the possibility of not making it and potentially not finding lodging along the way, prevailed and so we called it quits and hunted down a hotel room. We ran around the city for ...
... die and fall on the road, instead it stays stuck on the hood with its wings moving in the wind as if it was still trying to get away. Mai is horrified by this macabre display. She calls herself a murderer and tries to zigzag in order to get rid of the body… to no avail. At the next toll booth the cops on the side are giggling at the sight of the dead bird flapping its wings on our hood. I find it pretty funny too but murderer Mai is not laughing.
... food in a glorious show from the rocks we had climbed. Young boys fishing with a string and a hook tied around an empty coke bottle, catching their dinner and showing us their catch with pride. Some older Anglos were fishing with huge expensive poles and big camping chairs with side pockets for their beverages, smoking fat cigars, catching nothing. Lots of people on the beach, yet most of them seemingly light skinned Americans , well ...
... on this route proclaiming it 'Ruta Tourista'. This way will add 30km/20 miles vs. going on the truck route 15. And as expected, it proved to have very little traffic and, from that aspect, a great way to cycle. We made good time for two hours…..then the sun broke through the clouds and put the brakes on our muscles. There was no way of getting around the life sucking heat and humidity.
We enjoyed seeing small town life with Little League ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services