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We went back to fajita banana for a 3rd time... i wish i could say it was fun but the game was truly tragic. The US lost 2-1 in overtime (just like my dad predicted!). But the hardest part was that they came super close to tying up the game in time for pk's but they just barley missed their chance :( Oh well. They will have their chance again in four years.
(p.s there was a kid there who was like 17ish and he looked EXACTLY like Ansel Elgort. Weird )
It's the weekend here and since we are situated nearly on top of the restaurant next door, I hear the cheery ringing of the bell every few minutes during the busy lunch time. I can’t help but say "Order UP" as I picture them, (or simply look out our kitchen window into their kitchen to see them), set the plate of pollo con arroz, or whatever, on the shelf to wait for pick up.
This Friday past was a full moon and the restaurant held a ...
... a block away with an unusual slant. It’s more like a home with some tables in the backyard and upstairs in a big dining area. When we were there (a Friday night) the back yard was empty and we were the second table upstairs (that’s probably okay as there were only three tables anyway). Odette, a lovely chatty lady and a Sayulita “native” for 16 years, was our host and brought us drinks. She explained that the family next ...
... dark and murky. I met some people by the pool, who were the first non-Spanish speaking people I'd met in Mexico in just over a week. After a quick downpour I went out for food with a pair of ...
... on a double yellow line on a hair pin turn, but there was no hesitation on the drivers face. I wasn't to worried either because i was in heaven with a 14 ton bus doing 55 on a 35.
The expression "Sayulita couldn't arrive any sooner" was no longer applicable cause we got there in a heart beat. What a fun little town of both rich and poor people. A mixture of locals, tourist, surfers, workers harmonious in ...