Hotel Riu Emerald Bay
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Kids pool
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... to Pacific Raven to join them. Once again Patti, Colin and Rick used the hookah and Margie used her snorkel gear. The hookah is free floating and as you swim, it follows along via it’s air hoses. It not only provides air but also lets folks on the surface know someone is diving below. It sports a “diver down” flag on the little mast that it uses for fresh air. This was Patti and Rick’s ninth dive. It was by far the most spectacular ...
This is a great campground as the wind blows just enough to keep the bugs away and the sun shines every day. There are 2 campgrounds here, both owned by the same person [King David]. That is what he is called and I think he likes it. LOL He is really good at keep everything going and checks on everyone every day. I do not think that we have been in a more friendly campground. When we first got here everyone came over ...
... the early morning, people exercise by walking, running or riding their bicycles along this great stretch.
Mazatlan is home to the Pacifico Brewery which was founded in 1900 by German settlers. Pacifico is one of Mexico's best beers, along with Victoria (my favourite), Corona, Dos Equis Amber, Negra Modelo and Bohemia, Chris' favourite.
The shrimp fleet is the largest in Mexico.
The Aquarium is the largest in Mexico.
There are 15 miles ...
... proposition us any time of the day and just about everywhere. Normally we'd politely decline with a "no gracias" or avoid eye contact while edging away from the situation. At breakfast that day I held my head in my hands and said to the would-be-busker: "Es muy temprano para mi. Quizás mas tarde." (It's too early for me. Maybe later.). It worked a charm!
Aside from the aside - Although people are always trying to sell their wares or ...
I arrived in Mazatlan on Sunday night and a 13 year old girl decided to help me find my hostel without me asking for help. I told her I was 22 as I thought if I said I was 30 she might think I was old enough to look after myself! It was lucky she helped as I got the wrong hostel, it had shut down! I had also told some one else to meet me there oops!! Caroline and Mattie who I was meeting there from La Paz had met an American girl called Claire who was staying in ...