The Melville Boutique Hotel
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... restaurant called Pancho's. The food there was awesome, and at a good price. We had a perfect little sea-view table overlooking fire-dancers, a quincenera and a colorful sunset. Meanwhile, the waiter kept visiting our table with new dishes and complimentary tequila shots.
We were well lubricated by the time we walked back to the hostel, working on internal GPS, and found our bunk-beds. However, the night wasn't ...
... and go for a dive. We jumped at the chance!
After breakfast and before the afternoon winds came up Colin set up the hookah. Using it, he spent a bit of time scrubbing the barnacles and other sea life off the bottom of Pacific Raven. When he was done we dinghied over and we all swam to an area that was buoyed off for diving. Patti, Colin and Rick used the hookah. Margie used traditional snorkeling gear. We all explored the area. We saw a fair number ...
... for about $100.00.... Yes, I said 4 people for lunch and fun was about $100.00 even including Beer and tips..... Mazatlan is a great place to come for fun. Never felt like I was in danger at any point. I may even skip dinner I am still so full, and dinner is in 45 minutes... Ill never make it.
If anyone comes to Mazatlan I would highly recommend calling Raul as a private tour guide, his number is. 669-107-2996
... to leave so I went over to see what they had caught. One of the boys, who looked to be about 14 yrs old, was very sweet and gave me his fishing set up, and a few hooks and some bait. Wow, a teenager, showing kindness! I was bewildered! He showed me how to cast the string from an empty coke bottle and feel the pull of the fish with my finger. I was blown away, I still am blown away by such kind people, I don’t know why, but It just moves me to a level ...
... the shady sides of the streets made it more manageable. The streets are much cleaner than we experienced in Baja. Most of the homes are much better maintained. More sidewalks, and most of them are swept. A Canadian we met on the street directed us to Panama Panderia (Bakery). Jason grinned! Then we quickly found what became our favorite breakfast haunt, El Sunami just off Flores Street. Huevos Rancheros, omelets, muesli and nuts, yogurt, fruit plates all served with a ...