I would have been dizzy trying to climb them when they looked like this. Although I like the look better.
In this area there are both the bubble lights and the new halo type lights. I like the shadow. All new paving and sidewalks too. Building a new or remodeling an old restaurant on the far right. It is built right into the side of the hill.
Past where the divers dive. Don't know if he was a diver or a poser trying to get enough money collected for the actual diver to dive. Not many people in the area.
Just a look at the "Pearl of the Pacific" such a pretty city from this view of the bay.
A new condo complex. Built right across the street from the fishermen's area. The sand is where all the panga fishermen bring in their boats. Usually smells pretty fishy! Not sure I'd want to live there.
A new mural just caught it as we drove by. Will try to figure out where it is exactly and see if I can get a better picture of it. Too bad the Starbucks is there.
More of the newly opened northbound Malecon. It looks really nice. And rides even better.
New condos going up - where are they going to get all the people to buy/rent them? Though last weekend for the Marathon hotel occupancy was 100%.
So we got home, don't remember if we took naps or not but by early evening we were ready to go out again. Again to the Plazuela Machado. Back across the Malecon. Lots of people out Friday night, walking, skating and bike riding. A few traveling musicians too.
The halo - that is just what I call them - lights are lit.
Back into Centro heading to the same parking lot. All the lights in the sidewalks are on illuminating the buildings.
Lights in the palm trees in the Plazuela.
We took a walk to the west end of the area to an art gallery to see if it was open. The owner, Rak, was just leaving and closing up. Stopped to talk to him for a bit. Known him for years. He helped Bill learn how to work with the leather masks and Wind Spirits.
Getting later and more people showing up. Three restaurants in this picture. Two downstairs and one upstairs.
Bill's vegetarian pizza, I had spaghetti with meat sauce. One of the downstairs restaurants.
Walking around after eating. Beautiful bride and good looking groom. Yes she knew I was taking the picture.
We got home about 8:30. We leave before the area gets real busy.
Bill was up in time Saturday morning to get a shot of the sunrise.
Coming into the campground. The area along the southern fence is almost full. The only part not near construction. The whistle you hear about midway is Bill's silly horn he just got fixed.
December 1st, Saturday night we watched the inauguration of Mexico's new president. Andres Manual Lopez Obredor. He gave quite a speech. Really wants to stop the corruption. Hope he can.
Thank goodness the construction workers only work half day on Saturday and not at all Sunday. Peace and quiet was enjoyed by all. This was Sunday's sunrise. Again Bill was up. I snooze in some, But in my defense I go to bed a lot later than him.
The Jeep came home late Sunday afternoon. Bright and shiny.
Had about 8 different birds in the tree this morning.
Another week in paradise. Well kind of paradise, as long as we are away from the construction noise. Can't have everything.
Mazatlan, Mexico weather for this week.
Las Vegas weather for this week - guess that's why we're here instead of there.
Goodness we were busy being out and about again today. Lots of tourists from the boats, watched the divers and brought home quiche.