On Sunday, Deputy Health Minister Hugo López-Gatell reported that Coronavirus case numbers declined or remained stable for six consecutive weeks between mid-July and late August,
Whether you want to enjoy a refreshing drink on the sand, watch the surfers and waves at Sayulita’s main beach, bathe in the sunshine, enjoy people watching, or have some delicious food, (or all of the above), Cocos Beach Club in Sayulita is the perfect place to spend a day of fun and relaxation on the beach! Fernando, owner of Cocos Beach Club, tells me more about Cocos and the diverse services they have to offer.
This month’s recipient of Sayulita Life’s $5,000 donation is El Centro Creativo y Reciclaje. In the summer of 2018, El Centro started a project with the support of the Mar y Vida surf camp. With the support of local donations raised, they were able to make ashtrays for the community of Sayulita out of resourced aluminum and plexiglass glass, for a durable build to withstand the intense Sayulita sun, heat, and overall tropical weather. However, recently, due to normal wear and tear, and unfortunate vandalism, these ashtray receptacles have been ruined and therefore taken down. They are in need of repair and some extra love and care. Sayulita Life’s donation will help purchase new materials to repair the ashtrays. This donation, along with the sourcing of old materials, will repair the cigarette containers to be good as new! Risa Machuca tells us more about the ashtrays and when they were first created.
A new campaign in Puerto Vallarta plans to distribute face masks to Puerto Vallarta's most vulnerable communities in an effort to stop the spread of Coronavirus in 50 days.
Eleven commercial airlines both national and international gradually restarted operations, landing at the Lic. Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport and reconnecting the Puerto Vallarta-Riviera Nayarit region with top cities in Mexico and the United States.
Mexico has become the top post-quarantine destination for Americans.
Sayulita local Alfredo Moreno has been baking ever since he can remember. However, it wasn’t until this last March of 2020 when Alfredo decided to put his expertise in baking to good use in Sayulita, and he officially began Alfredo’s Bread Sayulita with the vision to help bring the community together during the difficult time of the Covid outbreak and quarantine. Alfredo wanted to help people who were feeling isolated and disconnected through the joy of sharing delicious food, as well as by encouraging people to share their own creations and recipes using his bread. Now Alfredo makes and sells a delicious variety of homemade breads passed down from family traditions. Alfredo talks more about what makes his bread unique and how Alfredo’s Bread Sayulita all began with the goal to help bring people together.
With a strong love for Sayulita and a palpable passion for cooking, Bocadito Catering impresses with their ability to create amazing, delicious, & customized catered meals for your Sayulita event or special evening. With expertise in creating menus centered around dietary needs or restrictions, Bocadito Catering really can “do it all” when it comes to your cooking requests and desires. Head chef and owner Nuri talks more about Bocadito Catering, and what she loves most about cooking for others.
Deputy Health Minister announces Coronavirus is unlikely to end anytime soon and declared that it’s time to move to a “second phase of response” to the pandemic, as Mexico’s official Covid-19 death toll passed 50,000 on Thursday.
Puerto Vallarta ended the month of July with an average occupancy rate of 22%. They expect to make a full recovery by the end of the year as long as a vaccine becomes available.