Sunsets in Mazatlán are almost always spectacular. I don’t know how that can be, but it is true. We love to walk over to the malecon in the evening to watch…it is a communal experience with lots and lots of people doing the same thing.
Right now in Washington State (where we came from) the sun rises at 5:19 am and sets at 9 pm…and in Mazatlán the sun rises at 6:19 and sets at 7:48. Being this far south means that there is less of a swing in number of daylight hours. I’ve also noticed that the sun is setting further North every day.
Living so close to the water is wonderful – I feel way more connected to the earth – as in Planet Earth – than I ever have before. Swimming, watching sunsets, seeing fish jump, and the salty wet air really make me feel alive.