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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!
... in a motel room there for $31 (cheaper than two dorm beds believe it or not!) and it was quite nice. We had a little wander around the town and went out for some fish tacos that we were reliably informed (thank you Sean Dillon!) are delicious here. The next morning we decided to head for the beach and set up camp. It seems a shame to be holed up in a room in the city when we have the perfect car to experience some more natural ...
... 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 ...
... objects spread around the back of the beach in some form of pattern. The binoculars told us this was the site of an old government run RV site, long since closed down according to Church & Church. From the road we could see no RVs, no sign of life at all, yet here was this big, flat area right next to the beach and sporting lots of thick and quite high bushes to take shelter behind from that 'orrible wind.
So down we went, out over the flats to find ourselves a spot just ...
... 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. ...