Colonial Villages of Sierra Madre in Mazatlan, Mexico | Carnival Cruise Line
Colonial Villages of Sierra Madre in Mazatlan, Mexico | Carnival Cruise Line


The Carnival logo: A red, white,
and blue Y-shaped ship horn.
Colonial Villages of Sierra
Madre; Mazatlan, Mexico.
A stone bell tower rises
over a Colonial church.
Tufts of grass grow
in tiny crevices
between the white stones.An artist works
outside his studio,
hand sculpting a terra cotta
sun and crescent moon.
A cobblestone village
street is lined with
small, pastel buildings.A baker slides a tray of
rolls into a brick oven.
Wood carvings and
red-painted faces;
and tiny wood-and-leather
rocking chairs sit on display.
An artist unrolls a thick
mat of reddish brown clay,
then uses his bare feet
to press it into a frame.
A local forms bricks
by filling a mold.
Thousands of bricks
dry in the sun nearby.
A woman pauses on
a red brick path
to photograph a
stone church steeple.
A weathered door stands
open at El Arco Mines.
A village sits at the foot
of a lush green hillside.
At lunch, stir-fried
chicken-peppers-and-onions,
served with rice
and refried beans.
Carnival!

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