Saturday, March 27, 2010

Throwing a Party Mazatlán Style

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Dianne and Greg


  1. What a great post, Dianne! Although I could never even begin to aspire to your exalted party-giving status! And you really topped yourself with your anniversary party... I know I'm not the only one wondering what you'll do for your 15th!

  2. Wow! What a description. Everything is here! Congratulations, Dianne. This is an excellent work. I'm a mazatlecan. I live here and I also write reports and reviews about Mazatlan, but yours show a deep understanding of how mazatlecans are; no biassed or prejudiced comments can be found. Thank you for your valuable vision.

  3. Thanks, Nancy. We are sooooo lucky to have such terrific friends like you and Paul. Maybe for our 15th we all take a trip somewhere? :) That would be fun!

  4. Muy amable, bloglogger/Luciano. We absolutely love living here; mazatlecos ROCK. I am so glad you enjoyed the post. Please help keep me on my toes. Oldest active surfer in Mazatlán?! We've got to go out and watch you one day--let us know!

  5. Interesting about the required permit(s).In our area on the eastern coast side of Mexico party givers often block the street(s) off with large, white painted rocks. People, including public transportation, are quite respectful of this inconvenience - now I am wondering if they actually have a permit for this and the rest of the hoopla?

    Good advice - gracias.

  6. We hope to get to Veracruz someday, Calypso, and I would love to attend one of those parties with the painted rocks blocking the streets! Here I'd say it's more common for people to block the street by parking cards sideways, or putting out trash bins or somesuch.


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