Malcom and Claire went on their own back to old town Mazatlan. Lee took the rest of us by local bus out to a friend who owns a horse riding stable. Ginger is another ex pat originally from Washington who has been operating
“Ginger’s bi-lingual horses” for 19 years. Funny coincidence, but Ginger is from the same home town as our friends Randy and Marilyn who we were camped with at Los Barriles, and they know each other. Small world sometimes!
The catch of the day
Ruth with the fisherman...he is holding a giant shrimp
Then, we took a bus back to the “malicon”..the beachfront walkway that we drove by yesterday but never got a chance to walk. It was a beautiful day and we saw the sights.
The beachfront in Mazatlan
Taxi anyone? One of the many statues along the malicon
Ruth and the mermaid
The day didn’t end so well though…I got suddenly very ill around 10pm…it may be a long night!
Total Nights Sleeping in the RV… 118…
February Fuel $ 30.00
February Grocery $ 108.02
February Overnight Costs $ 0