During my cruise through the Mexican Riviera, I did a tour of each port. I will never forget Mazatlan. Not because of the amazing time I had in the city, but because of the fog that settled in right as our tour started.
Everything we were supposed to see in the higher altitude of the city was covered by a dense fog. Our tour guide prefaced everything he said with, "If you could see, this would be right here." "If you could see, that would be over there."
To keep in the spirit of the tour, here are a few photos.
The tour group enjoying . . . the fog.
If you could see, you'd know that these stairs carved out of rock lead to a diving platform. Rock divers go to the top, wait for the waves to come in and then they jump. They can't jump until a wave is in the right spot or else they would land in 4 feet of water.
Some of my fellow tourists decided to climb the stairs. I kept my feet planted on the sidewalk.
If you could see, I could tell you about this street. But I don't remember.
If you could see, I could tell you this building's significance. But I don't remember.
If you could see, this would be a great photo of me, the mermaid statue and the sparkling blue ocean in the background.