Monthly Archives: July 2020

17 July, 2020

The second kitchen store is a block away, almost at the corner of Azueta and Zaragoza. It’s more kitchen-ie, but many of their products are plastic. They had a variety of tortilla presses in various sizes and had metal, plastic, … Continue reading

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15 July, 2020

I can state without doubt, that Summer has fully bloomed in Mazatlán. Usually I can tell by the start of the rainy season, but it’s only rained three times and just long enough each time to flood one or two … Continue reading

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7 July, 2020

Since I made a post about Mazatlán today, I’m going to slide this one in quietly since it’s not about Mazatlán … I just saw a post on MexicoNewsDaily.com about El Chepe restarting operations on 17 July. If you haven’t … Continue reading

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7 July, 2020

I walked and didn’t ride the bus. I was one of three passengers in a boat with a capacity of 18. The beach was empty for over an hour. There was only one other table at Lety’s, that arrived at … Continue reading

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1 July, 2020

Mazatlán, at least for the moment, is back open to tourism. This doesn’t seem to have worked well in the USA, so I’m not too confident it’s going to be good here either. For the moment though, things are open … Continue reading

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