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Jeanette Valentine of SoulOfAmerica at the cliff dive in Mazatlan

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MAZATLAN, MODERN DAY PARADISE
I am savoring fork-tender flank steak one evening outside of Pedro y Lola’s, an always-crowded restaurant that fronts Plazuela Machado, Mazatlan’s chic, revitalized town square. The plaza is ablaze with strings of lights draping trees and shrubs. The air hums with conversation ... More

FACTS & TRAVEL TIPS
Electricity is the same as the U.S. however some outlets may not accept a three-prong plug, so bring a converter. If you plan to use a laptop, purchase a surge protector in Mexico to protect your computer ... More

HISTORY
For centuries, Mazatlán was populated by Totorames, who lived by hunting, gathering, fishing and agriculture. Then a group of Spaniards led by Nuño de Guzmán founded a settlement here on Easter Sunday in 1531 ... More

IMMERSING MYSELF IN THE LANGUAGE OF MEXICO
When I learned that I was going to Mexico, I jumped at the chance to enroll in a Spanish immersion course. As the Spanish-speaking population in the United States grows – especially in the San Francisco Bay Area, where I live - I encounter the language more and ... More



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