TripAdvisor Reviews Cerritos Resort Mazatlan
Travel Blogs from Mazatlan
... appendages. We were able to turn of the engine and sail for an hour or thereabouts. Shutting down the engine with its constant vibration and noise is always a treat even if only for a little bit. The highlights for the day included sea turtles and leaping rays. Each turtle’s position was announced by a single seabird standing on it’s back. At times the surface of the sea seemed alive with legions of rays all flying up and out of the water. ...
... then selves and invited us to happy hour. That is at 4 every day on the beach. If you look it up on google earth it is 23 degrees 11min 09.61 sec N and 106 degrees 24 min 04.46 sec W. We are camped in the 3rd row about in the middle. And would you believe that Evelyn came over to meet us and after we talked a bit she asked us if we were Bill and Bonnie. What a surprise, that is the first time anyone has asked ...
The Cliff Divers of El Clavadista (45 foot dives into ocean) perform every weekend.
The lighthouse (El Faro) is the highest natural lighthouse in the world.
The twin towers of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, which is located in the old town, can be seen from anywhere on the malecon.
The daily, colourful indoor market is full of interesting objects and foods.
People get around using all sorts of transportation - ...
... tourists on the streets/beaches, at least they're not begging. That's one of the many great things about Mexico! We've only come across begging a handful of times at most.
We took a bus ride to the other side of town and walked back along the promenade. This gave us good exposure to how the town once expanded and now appears to be contracting. We ended up walking over 10km, much needed exercise.
Part of the reason we ended up ...
... apartment. We cooked dinner there that night and had a good girlie chat about boys and babies!
Caroline moved on that morning and me Mattie and claire chilled on the beach in the afternoon. The sea here is so warm it's like taking a hot bath!! I couldn't swim in it either as the sea was too rough.
That night we decided to splash out and went to a cafe for dinner which is run by a Mexican who used to be the chef in the four seasons hotel ...