Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
We took a day trip to Mazatlan with Evelyn and Steve. A couple from Colorado that we met at the campground. Evelyn is a very adventurous woman who drove her motorhome down by herself. Steve is still working and has only three weeks off, he flew down to join her for a while before they drive home.
We took the water taxi from Stone Island to the city, a three minute ride, ...
... San Blass, Mexico and they set us up with an affordable
house rental there. A tropical storm was moving through the area of Mazatlan
and we were soaked. Not fun! So we decided to head south and rent the house for
a day or 2 to get a break from the heat and rain.
After, the house rental we are going to Sayulita(near Puerta
Kerry & Scott
... and nine o'clock in the morning (I don't think they get the concept). At the guard gate, we greet the guard with the usual: “hola, buenos diaz.” It is very important to say that correctly or they will correct you – especially in the afternoon when the greeting becomes, “buenos tardes.” But, today we are okay and soon we arrive at the palapa resturant. The waiter knows very little English but he knows to take our bikes as part of what ...
... crab channel and the “What’s that floating?” channel. I took my first solar camp shower, it works!
The 2nd night was Friday, our idyllic palm tree grove wasn’t as quiet. A couple cars pulled in and left without getting out of the car (we think maybe it’s a popular party spot). After sunset and it was getting dark, another couple pick-ups pulled in ...
... house with a lot of open air and a nice pool that only turned some people’s hair and clothes blue. Less than 50%, really. Somewhat surprisingly, this bizarre social experiment, our personal version of Vacation, went extremely well, despite arguably unhealthy levels of KD and random splashing. Maybe Randy Quaid was the problem after all.
I think I mentioned at one point in South America how popular Two and a Half Men has become all over the world. Well, apparently ...