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... update interiors with more modern conveniences. It has become quite a lively district in town with lots of good restaurants, boutique hotels, artists, shops and cultural facilities. It is certainly a nice place to spend a day or to do some wandering through the streets.
Not much else to report right now. We will post more periodically as we do something that might be interesting or if we move on from here. Hasta luego!
... I’m not fond of Coke so I asked what the other drink was - I took that instead - who can resist a Margarita ?
Back on the bus, we had the option of staying Downtown or going back to the ship. We were going to stay Downtown to have a look around but as I was nodding off on the way back from La Bofadora, we opted to go back to the ship.
We were doing a “circuit” around the shops in the terminal and ...
... girl to look after until around midnight when her mom came.
I was so ready for bed, but being our last night before leaving the ship, everyone wanted Noelle* and I to come out to the wardroom for drinks and goodbyes. We were there for maybe an hour or so and finally went back to our room for bed. Can't believe I go home tomorrow! I have such mixed feelings about it. Between my mom's whirlwind visit and this whirlwind cruise, all I can focus on for now though, is sleep!
... 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 ...
... br> an intriguing dark shape cruising slowly into the bay and mainly on the surface. When one of the other campers on the beach came out past us in his inflatable boat we yelled at him to go have a look. After an initial “no ways, I’m scared of whatever that is – it’s big” he took his boat closer and later informed us it was a small whale shark about 5 metres long. They can grow to 12 metres and more, some even thought to go up to 15 metres and over ...