January 22, 2019 Aanya 0Comment
Warm, fashionable, and with a certain bohemian flair, that is jewelry designer Tara Nish. When I visit her in her beautifully unique store Astrid Lily here in Sayulita, she takes a break from handcrafting her one-of-a-kind pieces to talk about her personal experiences and what she has discovered along the way in the jewelry making business.
January 16, 2019 Aanya 0Comment
Do you ever wonder where your donations to Pro Sayulita end up? Well, here is one of the many projects underway at the moment that your dollars and pesos are supporting. Cyd Viator, our Lifeguard Tower designer and builder, has been working tirelessly since he arrived here on December 1st 2018. Cyd has selflessly volunteered his time to us and has been working solo on this project. He is currently building the last three lifeguard towers for the project at El Centro Creativo Sayulita, working seven hours a day, six days a week!
January 16, 2019 Aanya 0Comment
Luxury travel is not just for the deep-pocketed anymore; everyone loves a touch of luxury in their lives, and now more than ever with our various platforms and means to find accommodations in Sayulita, it is easy to find a great, luxurious vacation spot. Helen from HM Luxury Vacations in Sayulita shares what splurging on your holiday vacation looks like.
January 8, 2019 Aanya 0Comment
Arriba la mujer. This seems to be the signature phrase for Sayulita’s newest all female environmental action group, “Movimiento de la Mujer por el Medio Ambiente”. The group was created on Facebook by founding member and long-time Sayulita resident Tracie Willis. Because Tracie has lived in Sayulita for 29 years, she has easily seen the way the pueblo has changed and the way the environment has negatively been impacted. Tracie says, “I’ve been waiting many years for this generation of local women to come of age…this is a big movement, the first of its kind.” So what exactly is this group’s purpose and mission?
January 8, 2019 Aanya 0Comment
Chili Relleno is one of my most favorite Mexican dishes, and they are so easy to make here in Sayulita, as the poblano peppers are available at almost every tienda in town. The traditional chili relleno is a stuffed pepper that is breaded, deep fried, and smothered in a red sauce. My friend Susana was here last week, and she introduced me to her version; it is a deconstructed chili relleno with a lovely soufflé topping and a delicious homemade salsa verde. I just knew that I had to share this recipe with you today!