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We stayed at a campground right off the beach in Sayulita Mexico. It was a beautiful site, except for the biker rally on the beach beside us. They were fine actually and the band wasn't bad to listen to. The roar of their bikes was a tad annoying.
Sayulita is a nice little town, with lots of tourism in the high season.
We wondered around, had supper on the street at a ...
... had a great quesadilla. Apparently it wasn't the season for surfing as the waves didn't even reach over my knees. I headed back to the hostel for a swim in the pool as the water at the beach ...
... scotch-bonnet salsa, tall, dry mojitos, and Holly ordered a humongous, iridescent red strawberry margarita. If only I had had my camera!
We bussed over to Sayulita, a small surf town about an hour away, on Sunday. Sayulita is small and cute, and the beach was filled with Brits and Americans surfing and lounging the day away. There was a group of 80 university students from Guadalajara up for the weekend, and I ...
... LIST. Thing we've been here long enough to notice:
- Fruit has come in and out of season
- Children have gotten noticeably older
- Daylight savings took place (as Saskatchewanians, our very first)
- The angle of the sun has moved to the other side of the pool
- Birds have headed north
- The river dried up
On the other hand:
- I never got around to surfing
- Laynni still ...
... The clubs were hopping too, it was evident that this was for wealthy mexican citizens as the town was very clean, and almost every club had a cover. We returned to the dinghy later in the night with the intent of taking the dinghy back but the shorebreak had gotten a little rougher, and we were tired. We slept on the beach like bums using the dinghy as a windbreak, (which didn't work very well) we didnt ...