Semana Santa in Mazatlán!
Monday and Thursday both, I walked down to the malecón at Playa Norte. There were a few people, but nothing out of the ordinary. For years I’ve been seeing pictures of Mazatlán during Semana Santa – CROWDS of people covering every inch of the beach. Where were they????
I don’t know where they were, but they’re HERE today! Had a nice little walk (haven’t hit my 10k steps yet though) and then a stop at El Burro Gordo for a bite to eat.
When I walk home from El Burro Gordo I pass a block away from an asada place. I know because I smell grilling foods and can see billowing clouds of smoke halfway down the block. Today I detoured over to get a closer look. Camera battery was dead, so no photos. It looked like it’s a chicken asada place as their three or four grills just had pollos on them. There was a menu on the wall, but I didn’t look at it because I want to go back again and spend more time (and some $$$). Mmmmmm. Asada!
A couple of photos of Playa Norte. Strangely, there were a few floats parked on the street.