Mazatlan Travel Articles

 
Things To Do – Mazatlan, Mexico
Mazatlan, Mexico – Things To Do Hiking, biking, and snorkeling This guy does it all! Robert Hudson is his name and fun (and health) is his game. You can take a tour or rent the gear. Find him at www.hudsontours.com or email at hudsontours@mazatlan.tm. Sport Fishing This is a kick in the pants if you’ve […]
B & B’s Accommodation – Mazatlan, Mexico
B & B’s Accommodation – Mazatlan, Mexico Mazatlan, Mexico – Accommodation B & B’s For those of you that have spent any time in Europe you know what these are, those of you that recently graduated from the school for the hard of thinking, they’re Bed & Breakfast’s. In Mexico, the price is about what you’d pay for an average standard room, […]
Tips and Advice – Mazatlan, Mexico
Tips and Advice – Mazatlan, Mexico Mazatlan, Mexico – Tips and Advice #1 – Getting Around Across the street from the Gringo Lingo Bar you will see a number of cabs. In the late afternoon, ask around the drivers for Raul. He is an old friend. If you find him tell him I (paylone) sent you. You could ask for no […]
Internet Cafes – Mazatlan, Mexico
Mazatlan, Mexico – Internet Cafes Here are three different Internet cafes in the Zone. Web@ccess Location: Av. Camaron Sabalo # 610 Suite 12, right across the street from the Costa de Oro hotel. Hours: 8:30 am to 10:30 pm seven days. They have 15 stations. They have B&W and color printers available from 9:00am to […]
Mazatlan General Info – Mazatlan, Mexico
Mazatlan General Info – Mazatlan, Mexico Mazatlan, Mexico – General Info Mazatlan, aka “the Pearl of the Pacific”. The word Mazatlan is derived from the ancient Nahuatl word meaning “land of the deer”. In fact, the local baseball team is called the Venados which is Spanish for “Deer”. The city was originally “settled” by the Spaniards in 1531. Prior to that […]
Mazatlan, Mexico – March 2001
Testosterone turmoil & Pheromones fill the air Spring break hits town Towards the end of March when the last of the weekend warriors and working class heroes are dribbling outta town and an air of normalcy begins to descend upon Mazland beware, for “Something wicked this way comes”. Although a lot of the biggest ‘Spring […]
Mazatlan, Mexico – Internet Cafes
Here are three different Internet cafes in the Zone. Web@ccess Location: Av. Camaron Sabalo # 610 Suite 12, right across the street from the Costa de Oro hotel. Hours: 8:30 am to 10:30 pm seven days. They have 15 stations. They have B&W and color printers available from 9:00am to 10:00pm. Cost: 4 pesos B&W […]
Mazatlan, Mexico – General Info
Mazatlan, aka “the Pearl of the Pacific”. The word Mazatlan is derived from the ancient Nahuatl word meaning “land of the deer”. In fact, the local baseball team is called the Venados which is Spanish for “Deer”. The city was originally “settled” by the Spaniards in 1531. Prior to that it was the home of […]
Mazatlan, Mexico – Food
Okay now that you’ve drank yourself silly, you’ll need to eat. If you’re not a seasoned Mexico traveler you’re probably at sometime going to crave one of three things. A cup of coffee in the morning, an American breakfast, or a steak. Get coffee in front of the Gringo Lingo, breakfast at Panamas, or slink […]
Mazatlan, Mexico – February 2001
Events Sand Castle Contest February 4th Betto at “work” These things are amazing, if you’re gonna be in town go check this out. Be careful where you walk! This thing is organized by Bert Adams, aka Betto. Hailing from Vancouver, Wash. Betto travels the world organizing sand castle contests, exhibitions, training, and workshops. Nice job […]