This is a favorite place for a lot of snowbirds to eat : great ribs!!! No ambiance. Good prices.
A huge plate of ribs, baked potatoe, garlic toast and side salad : 80 pesos/plate or about $7 CAN
We went out on the town with our friends to an excellent seafood restaurant: Mariscos El Memin. We waved down a taxi of sorts. It is a truck with seats in the flatbed portion. The cost of the ride was about 40 pesos/couple. It is a fun way to get to your destination.
Joyce pointing out sites to me
Our group getting out of the taxi at the restaurant
A wonderful picture of my shrimp fajitas
We decided at the end of the night to take a bus back up to our RV Resort. The rest of the group went back to Doug and Barbs condo for after dinner drinks. It was an awesome meal and great company
John and I went back to Old Town and had lunch at the "Beach Burger"
I would recommend this restaurant. Good prices, excellent service.
So we decided to take the bus from in front of our RV Resort all the way to Cerritos at the North end of Mazatlan. We got off at the end of the Hotel area and walked back along the beach ( 12 KM). That only got us to the inland marina. We then took the ferry across to the condo resort and walked back to our RV another couple of KM down the road. We were tired, but had a great morning.
John and I were walking along the beach one afternoon and saw these young Mexicans fishing in the reef rocks. The low tide allows them to fish for crab and small lobsters
Lobster (very small)
Tres Amigos RV Park on Stone Island
Below is a picture of the downtown shrimp market. We bought 20 KG at 90 pesos per KG
John eating chips sticks sprinkled with hot sauce and lime juice
We walked to the bottom of the hill near the El Faro lighthouse
We spent most of our last few days in Mazatlan walking, sunbathing, eating. The standard tourist stuff. We are looking forward to our trip next winter to the eastern coast of Mexico.
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