Although our beaches are still closed due to COVID-19, it doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy a little adventure. There are many outdoor activities to explore in Sayulita. One of my favorites is walking to Mal Paso. Round trip from the start of the trail it’s about a 2 mile walk or so. There […]
If you are reading this, that is good news as it means that maybe you are thinking about traveling. Looks beautiful, doesn’t it? Maintaining Villa Casa Terramar in tip top shape and providing our guests with sparking clean units has always been a personal priority for me. Now with Covid-19 it has become a critical […]
It seems like every spring we are treated to a splash of creativity on our beaches in the form of Rock Sculptures also know as Cairns. What is the purpose of these and what do they mean? The simple answer is they are human made piles or stacks of rocks. Although that doesn’t do the […]
It’s always such a treat to see these guys. They are sort of like a raccoon but the name Tejon translates to badger but they are not aggressive but rather said to be playful and very intelligent. You will find them occasionally on the jungle paths around town, in trees and although rare, on the […]
Many guests ask me, What’s is like to live in Sayulita? Well here’s a little sample of “life in Sayulita” our morning rush hour.
For anyone wondering…Semana Santa is a huge holiday here in Mexico and Sayulita is no exception. It typically starts the week before Easter and lasts until the week after Easter; Semana Santa (Holy Week) and Semana de Pascua (Easter week). Schools are closed and families come out to enjoy their beaches. The busiest days are […]
National Tequila Day Salud! National Tequila Day is coming up on Saturday
Now that our amazing festival has come to a close. I stumbled on this article which provides a great glimpse into the history regarding this very traditional Mexican holiday. For me, it’s one of my favorites. Day of the Dead In Mexico is much more than you think Here’s a look at this year’s festivities […]
Many folks don’t know that Mexico’s Independence day is actually September 15th. Here is great article that explains this special day in Mexican history. El Grito
Festival Día de Los Muertos an event not to be missed.