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Old April 26th, 2009, 02:18 AM   #1321
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Old April 26th, 2009, 06:50 AM   #1322
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Old April 26th, 2009, 11:33 AM   #1323
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Old April 26th, 2009, 01:43 PM   #1324
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Cliff homes in Mazatlán Sinaloa
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Old April 26th, 2009, 11:35 PM   #1325
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Cruisers arriving at Mazatlán Sinaloa
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Old April 27th, 2009, 03:08 AM   #1326
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I`d love to visit Mexico one day. In my opinion is one of the most interesting countries of the world
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Old April 27th, 2009, 05:15 AM   #1328
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México is a country full of contrasts, it has three cultures reflected in the peoples music, culture, and architecture. That is why you find indian pyramids and ruins, Spanish buildings and the modern constructions.
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Old April 27th, 2009, 08:49 AM   #1330
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Entrance to the shipping docks in Mazatlán Sinaloa
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The Devil's Cave in Mazatlán Sinaloa, in this cave from 1880's to the 1900's iced used to be store. The ice was brought to the port from the ships arriving from San Francisco California, and from this point delivered to the different establishments in the city. It is called the Devil's Cave because of the smell of sulphur that prevails in the cave.

La Cueva de el Diablo en Mazatlán Sinaloa, en esta cueva el hielo era traido de San Francisco California por barco y almacenado de los 1880's a los 1900's, de este punto era distribuido a los diferentes establecimientos de el puerto. Es llamada la Cueva de el Diablo por el olor a azufre que prevalece en el lugar.

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The Devil's Cave in Mazatlán Sinaloa, in this cave from 1880's to the 1900's iced used to be store. The ice was brought to the port from the ships arriving from San Francisco California, and from this point delivered to the different establishments in the city. It is called the Devil's Cave because of the smell of sulphur that prevails in the cave.

La Cueva de el Diablo en Mazatlán Sinaloa, en esta cueva el hielo era traido de San Francisco California por barco y almacenado de los 1880's a los 1900's, de este punto era distribuido a los diferentes establecimientos de el puerto. Es llamada la Cueva de el Diablo por el olor a azufre que prevalece en el lugar.

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The Devil's Cave in Mazatlán Sinaloa, in this cave from 1880's to the 1900's iced used to be store. The ice was brought to the port from the ships arriving from San Francisco California, and from this point delivered to the different establishments in the city. It is called the Devil's Cave because of the smell of sulphur that prevails in the cave.

La Cueva de el Diablo en Mazatlán Sinaloa, en esta cueva el hielo era traido de San Francisco California por barco y almacenado de los 1880's a los 1900's, de este punto era distribuido a los diferentes establecimientos de el puerto. Es llamada la Cueva de el Diablo por el olor a azufre que prevalece en el lugar.



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The Devil's Cave in Mazatlán Sinaloa, in this cave from 1880's to the 1900's iced used to be store. The ice was brought to the port from the ships arriving from San Francisco California, and from this point delivered to the different establishments in the city. It is called the Devil's Cave because of the smell of sulphur that prevails in the cave.

La Cueva de el Diablo en Mazatlán Sinaloa, en esta cueva el hielo era traido de San Francisco California por barco y almacenado de los 1880's a los 1900's, de este punto era distribuido a los diferentes establecimientos de el puerto. Es llamada la Cueva de el Diablo por el olor a azufre que prevalece en el lugar.


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The Devil's Cave in Mazatlán Sinaloa, in this cave from 1880's to the 1900's iced used to be store. The ice was brought to the port from the ships arriving from San Francisco California, and from this point delivered to the different establishments in the city. It is called the Devil's Cave because of the smell of sulphur that prevails in the cave.

La Cueva de el Diablo en Mazatlán Sinaloa, en esta cueva el hielo era traido de San Francisco California por barco y almacenado de los 1880's a los 1900's, de este punto era distribuido a los diferentes establecimientos de el puerto. Es llamada la Cueva de el Diablo por el olor a azufre que prevalece en el lugar.



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Rubber boats rides in the beaches of Mazatlán Sinaloa
Paseos en lanchas de hule en las playas de Mazatlán Sinaloa


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