Last week I laid out a few New Year’s resolutions, one of them being to find out more about someone you see every day. In this spirit, I thought it would be fun to spotlight a local youngster, and learn more about what brought her family to Sayulita, and what she thinks about living here.
Happy New Year! Crossing the threshold into a new year – a new decade no less – is a perfect time to reflect on how we want to shape our future, and what things we can be better at. We all have our personal goals, some new and some recurring year after year. What about goals for our community?
Whether you’ve known Sayulita for decades or days, it’s obvious we’re a community squarely in the midst of progress and change. New buildings going up; old buildings gutted and remodeled; new businesses opening doors every week.
Mexico is a good place to be if you're a baby. Sure, the whole world loves a wee one, but in Mexico, they really love babies, and they're not shy about showing it. With Mexican culture so centered on the family, there's a familiarity that reaches beyond bloodlines, into an extended network of "Tias" and "Tios" who look after all of the neighborhood niños as their own. This is certainly the case in Sayulita, where so many families have grown together throug
From Sake to Saffron, Pico de Gallo, Sayulita's first Gourmet Grocery Store, offers it all. Check out some of their great tequilas, fine wines, and selection of gourmet grocery items. Tierra Sayulita offers an exclusive line of top quality bedspreads and rugs, hand dyed and woven by indigenous Zapotec Indians from the heart of Oaxaca, Mexico.