Ten, Uh... Eleven Reasons to Return to Mazatlan
The Green Bus. $9.50 Pesos (about 80 cents US) gets you a ride from one end of town to the other. It's a big town - see photo above.
An artist community that appears to be alive and well. Lots of galleries and sophisticated graffiti. Yes, there is such a thing.
Veggie stands selling inexpensive fruits and produce - with no fruit ID stickers. Melody hates those things.
Home of Pacifico beer. Which Melody loves.
Pulmonias. Open air taxis derived from the old Volkswagen Thing. Fun and a little scary. Maybe it's the lack of seatbelts or pollution controls.
Long, scenic and all-night walkable seaside Malecon.
Birthplace of Pedro Infante, Mexico's beloved film and music star from the 40's and 50's.
Charming Historical District with restaurants and galleries to explore. And square trees.
Swimming pool at El Cid Marina. Melody's all-time favorite.
Boat repair central. If you're into that kind of thing. We happen to be.
Vibrant and alive US & Canadian expat community. Democrats Abroad? Mazatlan has a chapter. Curious? See links below.