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Amenizan Dirty Heads y Kongos Festival Sayulita 2015

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Por segundo año consecutivo, la fusión de Cine, Música, Trago & Surf puso en jaque la aparente tranquilidad de Sayulita.

El sábado buena parte del pueblo y cientos de visitantes foráneos asistieron al cierre de la sección musical del Festival Sayulita 2015, atraídos por la presencia de los Dirty Heads, una banda californiana mezcla de hip-hop, reggae, ska, punk, rock, y la banda sudrafricana Kongos, que combina el rock alternativo …

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The fabulous frigate

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One of the most striking birds in the skies of Sayulita is the frigate, that fork-tailed, architecturally-sculpted beauty that we watch sailing on high on the thermals overhead, all day long. They drop down to scan the waters and waves and beach for food, but mostly, they soar, high overhead, magnificent in their perfect airborne aloofness. Except when the fishermen at the south end of the Sayulita town beach …

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Sayulita’s Iron Men

While we tend to think of iron window bars and iron doors in terms of security first and aesthetics second, here in Sayulita there is definitely a level of artistry involved in the creation of these hand-made home security components. The guys that >read more

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THE DESTINATION

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Flights are frequent

Getting to Sayulita from the US or Canada is as easy as hopping on a plane in a frozen northern city, knocking back a few cocktails or beers, a book, or a nap, and getting off the plane in Puerto Vallarta 2 or 3 or 5 hours later, in the tropics, in the sun, in the land of languor, in what feels like a different world.

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Arriving in Puerto Vallarta

From the Puerto Vallarta international airport, you’ll drive or bus north on Hwy Mex 200. Sayulita is about 22 miles (36 km) north of the Puerto Vallarta airport. Upon exiting the airport follow the signs for Compostela and Tepic.

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Driving through Mexico

The route from Guadalajara to Sayulita is easily marked with plenty of public road signs to Puerto Vallarta. Head west on the Cuota (toll hwy) towards Tequila. Continue for approximately 2 hours until the turnoff to Compostela. Continue for an hour on Hwy Mex 200 down the incredibly windy / curvy road to Las Varas and on ahead for another 45 minutes to km 123 marker and the Sayulita turnoff.

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Walking the streets of Sayulita

Sayulita is a small town, but steep hills and a mixed variety of streets—paved, cobbled, or just plain dirt roads–make getting around mildly challenging at times. But not really. There is no place not within walking distance, although hilltops and distant jungle outposts can seem a long ways off, especially at night.

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The Vacation Throw Down

We love Puerto Vallarta, but we prefer Sayulita. This is where we live and work and wait for our guests to arrive. Whatever you choose, if you come here from the US or Canada or even Europe or Asia, you’ll be happy to soak up some sunshine for a week or two. We hope to see you here in Sayulita.

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Photographer: Donna Day

July 2, 2014