Food and Culture in Mazatlan, oh and work.

The main reason we stuck around Mazatlán was to get the boat washed, polished, and waxed. After Louis and his guys on dock 4 at Marina Mazatlán finished, the fiberglass on Strikhedonia was shining better than any other time we have owned her, and all for a very reasonable price.

Our boat wasn’t the only thing that needed work done. I was way overdue for a haircut and also needed a teeth cleaning.

No English, no problem. Haircut – check.

Hard to beat 60 pesos (about 3 bucks) for a haircut. Yeah, I like it in Mexico.

Dra. Ma. Isabel Nieblas Urias was the dentist recommended by Isabel (no relation) on JollyDogs. It was a great teeth cleaning experience and I even had them make a retainer to wear at night. Definitely high on the recommendation list.

Building of Dra. Ma. Isabel Nieblas Urias dentist office

This proved to be a perfect place to get both checked off the list. But all work and play ruins the adventure so we made time for some awesome food. Oh and attempted to get cultured by attending the Nutcracker ballet.

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