Bill and Carol took me to Fat Fish for supper last nite. Fat Fish has wonderful pork ribs! A taste treat sensation! A full rack of ribs arrived. I could only eat 1/2 of the rack and brought home the left over to eat later.
Bill likes to drive around Mazatlan after supper. We drove to the old part of Mazatlan and walked around. Much of this old Mazatlan was built in the early 1800s. There are lots of shoppers and looky-type people walking. Really a neat place to stroll around. I bought some nice strawberry ice cream for desert.
In fact, Mazatlan has received MsTioga's seal-of-approval as a great place to visit.
Question from Reader Judy
"How do you find your way around those small [Mexican] towns without getting stuck in small streets?"
Judy's question is a very good one. Getting stuck in small streets is very easy to happen especially when following GPS directions. After having some bad experiences driving MsTioga on very narrow streets, I determined to never turn into a narrow street just because the GPS tells me to do so.
I just keep driving and get as close to where the GPS wants me to go while remaining on large streets. Sometimes I've parked MsTioga and walked the small street in order to avoid getting stuck.
I have never come across a small Mexican town whose main road thru that town was too small for MsTioga.
Location: Las Jaibas RV Park, Mazatlan, Mexico
Elevation: 9 meters