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Dia de Los Muertos last weekend was a spectacular event for the entire community of Sayulita. The plaza was decorated in beautiful marigold flowers, altars to honor the dead and folklore dance on Saturday night. Thank you to the Casa de la Cultura volunteers and all the sponsors that made the event possible. Read the below article for more on the Day of the Dead event in Sayulita and photos. Now that the Dia de los Muertos is over for another year, the town is looking forward to more events and festivities to come in the next couple of month as we get closer to the Christmas season in Sayulita. 
As the weather finally cools in November, we begin to see many familiar faces back for the season. The weather has been a bit sporatic with sudden rain showers and clear skies in the distance, rainbows over our bay and the temperature fluctuates. The weather is certainly changing and it's beginning to feel like the perfect climate in Sayulita. 
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Dia de Los Muertos el fin de semana pasado fue un evento espectacular para toda la comunidad de Sayulita. La plaza estaba decorada con flores de caléndula hermoso, altares para honrar a los muertos de danza y el folclore en la noche del sábado. Gracias a la Casa de la Cultura voluntarios ya todos los sponsors que hicieron posible el evento. Lea el siguiente artículo para obtener más información sobre el Día de los Muertos en Sayulita y fotos. Ahora que el Día de los Muertos es más de un año, la ciudad está a la espera de más eventos y fiestas por venir en los próximos meses a medida que nos acercamos a la temporada de Navidad en Sayulita.
A medida que el clima se enfría, finalmente, en noviembre, empezamos a ver muchas caras conocidas de vuelta para la temporada. El clima ha sido un poco sporatic con duchas repentinas lluvias y cielos despejados en la distancia, el arco iris más de nuestra bahía y la fluctuación de las temperaturas. El tiempo es, sin duda cambiando y se está empezando a sentir que el clima perfecto en Sayulita. 


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Sayulita Weekly Weather
Review and Forecast
Last week's highs, lows, and averages 
Temperature: 90.3 °F73.9 °F80.4 °F
Dew Point: 80.6 °F72.1 °F75.7 °F
Humidity: 100.0%66.0%86.4%
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Final Two Weeks
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However, there is still plenty of time to enter your photo as well as check out and VOTE for over 215 beautiful pictures of Sayulita Mexico.  This list of prizes from our local sponsors is unbelievable and can be viewed on the contest webpage.  Remember, top prize sponsored by SayulitaLife.com is $5,000 pesos cash!



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Dia De Los Muertos: 
Sayulita's Day of the Dead 2013

 By Riley Hunter


Every year, Sayulita celebrates Day of the Dead from November 1st to 2nd, where the whole town is decorated with beautiful flowers, skulls, altars, skeletons, and other traditional folk art to honor past family, friends, and even some beloved famous Mexican's such as Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Read more


Cada año, Sayulita celebra el Día de los Muertos del 1 de noviembre al 2, donde el pueblo entero está decorado con hermosas flores, calaveras, altares, esqueletos y otras obras de arte popular tradicional en honor a la familia pasado, amigos, e incluso algunos amada famosa mexicana tales como Frida Kahlo y Diego Rivera. Leer mas
Sayulita Investment Realty
Welcomes Another New Sayulita Owner 


Hacienda de Roja

Hacienda Roja (SOLD by Rod Rosile at Sayulita Investment Realty) is a charming 6BR/6BA traditional-style Mexican vacation rental property perfectly located between the village of Sayulita and Playa Los Muertos. The entire property is surrounded by a six-foot wall, providing parking, privacy and security for guests. Inside, you will find lush gardens and tropical flowering plants decorating a patio with hammocks and traditional handmade leather furniture. The location of the patio makes it the perfect place, morning, noon, or evening. Each of the bedrooms has a private entrance to the patio and offers an individual full bath.  

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Amazon.com has enlisted the assistance of SayulitaLife.com in locating a property to shoot their models from January 23-27, 2014. The company will also need individual rooms for as many as 10 people.


If interested, please contact Andrew Rosario:  andrew_rosario@hotmail.com
Locals Attempt to Create a New Playground Area for Sayulita Children

 By Lindsay Walter

A group of local residents have been organizing a way to bring a complete playground to Sayulita for the children of the town. This group is formed of both foreign residents and Mexican residents, many who have children and think it's important to offer kids a safe place to play aside from Sayulita's main beach. Barbara Roche Fierman of Villa Amor Hotel hosted the meeting on Wednesday morning at the Villa Amor "O" Restaurant. Joining the meeting were group members, Tessa Stobbe, Summer Helms, Octavia Jolley, Sonia Gallegos, Belinda Cardenas and Breyda Pena, also invited to Wednesday's meeting was Sayulita baseball field's president Mario Rodriguez. Read more

Un grupo de residentes locales han organizado un forma para traer un parque a Sayulita para los ninos del pueblo. Este grupo esta formado por residentes extranjeras y Mexicanas, muchas tienen sus propios hijos y piensan que es importante que haya un lugar seguro donde pueden jugar los ninos aparte de la playa de Sayulita. Barbara Roche Fierman de Villa Amor Hotel tuvo una junta en el restaurante "O" de Villa Amor el miercoles en la manana. En la junta estaba Tessa Stobbe, Summer Helms, Octavia Jolley, Sonia Gallegos, Belinda Cardenas y Breyda Pena, tambien fue invitado a la junta el presidente del campo de beisbol, Mario Rodriguez. Leer mas

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20 Moments You Will Experience in Sayulita

 By Riley Hunter



Sayulita holds a special place in our hearts, and chances are you may be planning a vacation or you just gladly arrived back in town! For this reason, El Sayulero went around asking everyone around town and tons of vacationers turned friends some of their favorite moments, things you will experience in Sayulita, and experiences you certainly can't miss! Whether you are coming for a quick vacation in paradise or you've made Sayulita your home, there are some experiences that Sayulita just doesn't want you to miss! Read more


Sayulita tiene un lugar especial en nuestros corazones, y lo más probable es que usted puede estar planeando unas vacaciones o simplemente gusto regresó a la ciudad! Por esta razón, El Sayulero andaba pidiendo a todos alrededor de la ciudad y un montón de turistas resultó amigos algunos de sus momentos favoritos, cosas que experimentará en Sayulita y experiencias que sin duda no te puedes perder! Si usted viene para unas vacaciones cortas en el paraíso o que haya hecho Sayulita su hogar, hay algunas experiencias que Sayulita simplemente no quiere que te pierdas! Leer mas
Sayulitanimals Annual Fundraising Event
November 16th


It's that time again.....November 16th will be the 3rd annual F*ck You I'm Wearing my Shoes Event to raise funds for Sayulitanimals.  This year we are welcoming men to wear their sexy hats, if they don't have any heels to strut in.  This event is always so much fun as we walk the cobble stone streets from bars and restaurants in our heels that are getting dusty.  We will be starting at Le Zouave, then to Barrilitos, TierraViva, Fajita Banana and ending at Don Chow's where Ryan Webb will by DJing. Each bar or restaurant will be offering a drink and some places will have snacks!    So leave your flip flops behind and come and join us while we party and march in the name of the animals.  Tickets are $250 pesos and limited so please purchase them as soon as possible with Sara or Tami at Sayulitanimals.
Es esa espoca del ano otra vez ..... 16 de noviembre será la tercera anual evento de F*ck You I'm Wearing My Shoes para recaudar fondos para Sayulitanimals. Este año damos la bienvenida a los hombres a usar sus atractivos sombreros, si no tienen los tacones.  Este evento es siempre muy divertido mientras caminamos por las calles empedradas de los bares y restaurantes en los talones que están recibiendo mucho polvo. Vamos a comenzar en Le Zouave, luego a Barrilitos, TierraViva, Fajita Banana y terminando en Don Chow es donde Ryan Webb voluntad por pinchar. Cada bar o restaurante ofrecerán una bebida y algunos lugares tendrán bocadillos! Así que deje su chanclas atrás y ven y únete a nuestro equipo mientras fiesta y marchar en el nombre de los animales. Los boletos cuestan $ 250 pesos y limitadas, por lo comprarlos tan pronto como sea posible con Sara Tami o en Sayulitanimals. 
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Another Season of Bite This: 
Restaurant Openings

By Ed Schwartz 

Pork Shoulder Dish at Los Afortunados


We came back to Sayulita on October 21 and I told El Sayulero that I was ready to write and roll and eager to bite my favorite dishes. But, while I was hot to go, many of my favorite eateries were closed. First, the good news.Don Pedro was up and running with one of my top tastes, the ginger, spicy red snapper. It was not only delicious, but I also spilled some of the sauce on my shirt, as usual, so I was delighted to know that everything was back to normal here. Read more


Volvimos a Sayulita el 21 de octubre y le dije a El Sayulero que yo estaba dispuesto a escribir y rodar y con ganas de morder mis platos favoritos. Pero, mientras estaba caliente para ir, muchos de mis restaurantes favoritos estaban cerrados. Primero, las buenas noticias. Don Pedro estaba funcionando con una de mis principales gustos, el jengibre, el pargo rojo picante. No era sólo deliciosa, pero también me derramó un poco de la salsa en mi camisa, como de costumbre, así que estaba encantado de saber que todo había vuelto a la normalidad aquí. Leer mas

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Pet of the Week: Rose

 Hola, I am Rose a 6 week old kitten who was found abandoned on the highway without my mother. I was very skinny and sick, but my friends at the clinic and volunteers helped nurse me back to health. I am litter box trained, friendly and waiting patiently for my "fur-ever" home! Please come and visit me at Sayulitanimals if you are interested in adopting or fostering me. Meow!


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Hola Soy Rose, tengo 6 semanas y me encontraron abandonada en la carretera sin mi mama. Estaba muy flaca y enferma, pero mis amigos en la clinica y los voluntarios me ayudaron a recuperar mi salud. Voy al bano en una cajita con arena, soy amigable y estoy esperando que alguien me lleve a su casa para siempre. Por favor pasa a visitarme en Sayulitanimals si te interesa adoptarme. Meow!


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Mexican Super Foods: Amaranth an Chia

 By Krystal Frost of Organic Select


Amaranth has some interesting history. Amaranth is an ancient grain used by the Pre Columbian and in Mesoamerica. Mesoamerican cultures believed amaranth to be right up there with corn when it comes to sacred foods so naturally, it was used in ritual ceremonies. For many years amaranth all but vanished as did much of this amazing culture. Fortunately, some remote villages in Peru and Mexico continued to cultivate amaranth, or it would be extinct today. Read more


El amaranto tiene una historia interesante. El amaranto es un cultivo milenario utilizado por la precolombina y en Mesoamérica. Culturas mesoamericanas consideraban amaranto estar a la altura de maíz cuando se trata de los alimentos sagrados, lo que, naturalmente, se utiliza en las ceremonias rituales. Durante muchos años el amaranto casi desaparecieron al igual que gran parte de esta cultura increíble. Afortunadamente, algunas aldeas remotas de Perú y México siguieron cultivando el amaranto, o se habrán extinguido en la actualidad. Leer mas
Photo of the Week:
Sayulita La Bonita Photo Entry

 Only a couple weeks left to enter the photo contest to win amazing prizes! 


Enter your photos in the "Sayulita Las Bonita" Contest


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