Sayulita Journals

Sayulita at Christmas 2004

A December 2004 trip to Sayulita by LisaCharlene

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Quote: This is a not-so-quiet quiet little fishing village turned bohemia! What a fantastic, eclectic spot where man and nature mingle and you can breathe in the fresh air and live the good life.

Sayulita at Christmas 2004

Overview

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When you pull out of the Puerto Vallarta airport and head north, you move back in time. The hustle and bustle gives way to a thick jungle with glimpses of an azure-blue ocean on your left. You'll pass through a few little towns, a few of which are noted filming spots of an old Schwarzenegger movie, and when you arrive into the thickest part of the jungle, you bang a left. Go over a bumpy dirt road, cross a dinky little bridge, and then there you are in sweet little Sayulita. Tourists, locals, animals, buses, surfers, gypsies, and a sky full of birds mark your arrival into Sayulita. It is a jungle paradise that rests on the edge of the mountains with dramatic views, unspoiled quaintness, and en...Read More

Casa Pedro

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Hotel

Casa Pedro Photo, Sayulita, Mexico
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It has an absolutely breathtaking view! The only enclosed areas of the house were the bedroom and bathroom. Everything else is covered by a palapa roof for open-air elegance. It is beautifully and romantically designed, with a private splash pool sitting on the edge for wonderful sunset viewing. Each morning, we were greeted by flocks of green parrots, red-breasted tweetie birds of some type, black birds with brilliant yellow wings, and an occasional egret! All flew right past our front living area or to a tree outside our bedroom window - it was a sight to behold. In the evenings, you fell asleep to the sound of the ocean waves crashing. If the skies are clear, which they usually...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on February 7, 2005

Casa Pedro
High on Nansal Hill
Sayulita, Mexico

Don Pedros

Restaurant

Don Pedros Photo, Sayulita, Mexico
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What a surprise to find a gourmet delight in a tiny little village like Sayulita! The food is plentiful, the service is outstanding, the ambience is a BIG AHHHHHH, and the location is the best! They serve Italian/Mediterranean cuisine with a flair. Try the anchovy pasta dish - your taste buds will explode. There is a good wine list and wonderful breads, and the places rocks at night!

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on February 7, 2005

Don Pedros
End of Main Street
Sayulita, Mexico