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Our second vlog and first dedicated to one specific destination focuses on Mazatlan, Mexico. If you haven’t already, check out our first vlog for a taste of our lifestyle.
In January, we found a good flight deal to Mexico City over Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend. Although we were excited to explore Mexico’s capital, we needed some vitamin sea. After sorting through short flights from Mexico City, we decided on Mazatlan. Located in the Pacific Coast in Sinaloa, it seemed more of an off the beaten path destination. However, the catch is that we only had 24 hours to spend.
On our first evening in Mexico City, we felt how chilly the temperatures could be. The next morning, we were excited to flee these volatile temperatures for some beaches and sun. How did we spend our 24 hours? Watch our vlog above to see our adventure on The Sinaloa Side.
Have you visited Mazatlan before? How long did you stay and what did you do in this coastal city? On another note, have you ever spent just 24 hours in one destination? If so, how did you maximize your time spent there? We would love to hear your story in the comments below.
Traveling duo who met via Instagram during New York’s Hurricane Sandy.
Professionals by day, citizens of the world by choice and nomads at heart. Currently living in the best city of the world, Queens New York. Read more...