Hotel Suites Nadia
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... ever come across and the nibbles included guacamole skillfully and swiftly made right in front of us. We then took giant takeaway cups of our second (and final!) margaritas of the day, and headed to the beach. We were once more headed back to Sayulita for an afternoon of lazing in the sun. The waves were pretty boisterous again and with a combination of margaritas, swimming and sunshine, some of us flaked out in the loungers. As the day drew to a close we made a ...
... Seafood Penne
Canada-Maple Rainbow Trout with Cranberry Sauce
Norway- Crackling Pork Belly
England- Roasted Prime Rib
Austria- Roasted Goose
Mediterranean- Roasted Vegetable Risotto
France-Chocolate Yule Log
Australia- Fruit Pavlova
USA- Southern Pecan Pie
Canada- Bread Pudding
Sliced Fruit Plate
Assorted Cheese Plate
... so many people. When I went up to our room, Jorge had finished studying and we decided to go back to the beach. A so beautiful day! With so much thing to do and to enjoy, we had to go back! Finally, the most important event of the week occurred that night, the soccer game between "Las Estrellas y las Rayas" (United States) and the "Tricolore" (Mexico). Obviously, I watched the game as fútbol is a religion here!
... didn't think they were as good as at our favorite place at the marina), a couple local tours (we only took one as the other one was mostly shopping), the Mexican Fiesta show and dinner, and drinks for the week. We aren't big drinkers and felt like we ate too much with the all-inclusive so don't think we'll do it again but glad to have tried it once more.
The tour we took went to a couple smaller towns in the country and to a tequila factory. We stopped for lunch near ...
... the back" Rene says with a confident smile. I instruct Mai to hop in the tiny back seat and I climb on the grocery rack in the front. Crouching and hanging on to dear life with all four, I brace myself as the ATV gets moving on the bumpy Sayulita cobblestone streets. It's not that scary as long as I don’t ask myself how Rene can see the road through my ...