Mazatlan

Mazatlan is part tacky tourist town and part bustling Mexican hub. Camping in cities tends to be expensive for us, so we only stayed for the night. This still gave us plenty of time to explore. Our RV park was located in the Zona Dorada, roughly translated it means, lame resort area.

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The old town in Mazatlan is where it’s at. It almost feels like a totally different world from the hotel zone. We wandered aimlessly down cobblestone streets, through markets and the town square. Of course, snacking along the way.

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Gorditas are quickly becoming one of my favourite foods. They are like delicious little Mexican pizza pockets.

From Mazatlan we headed into the mountains and dropped Julia in Tepic. It was then time to get to Sayulita, where we had planned to meet friends for Christmas. You figure out pretty quickly if you can travel with someone, and with Julia it was a breeze. We’ve also found since getting to Mexico that we’ve started running into the same people repeatedly. Hopefully, we’ll run into Julia again soon.

4 thoughts on “Mazatlan

  1. Bill Breidahl

    hi guys,

    the painting of trees white is to protect them from sunburn ( true!)
    happy birthday bec for the 31st
    uncle bill

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