Wednesday, May 20, 2015


We had a pretty easy crossing to Mazatlan.  We arrived on a sunny afternoon, and the first people we saw were our friends Nancy and Rob enjoying pool time.  We docked and joined them soon after.

The restaurant at the pool is named La Iguana, quite appropriately.

That evening we dined at Hector's Bistro, which was delightful.  We are out on the patio and enjoyed live jazz ( piano and sax).  It was the perfect beginning to our trip.

The next evening we dined with our friends at Topolo, an excellent Mexican restaurant in Old Town Mazatlan.  We took an open truck cab to get to the restaurant.

Our dinner began with fresh table side salsa made to our liking.

Everyone enjoyed their dinner.  I had the best coconut shrimp I have ever had!

The rest of the week was devoted to exploration, boat projects and poolside relaxation, although I did complete a Journal of Voice review.

A freshly-caught marlin

Machado Square

Immaculate Conception Cathedral

(Mike got pooped on by a pigeon outside the church. I guess that's better than being struck down by lightening. Ha!)

Pulmonia in Old Town

Pictures of the Malecon

A very popular gym

El Cid Marina

We look forward to spending more time here on Mazatlan in the future.

First Mate Kate

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