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It was a fantastic Thanksgiving in Sayulita at many local restaurants serving up a special menu of turkey, all the fixings and pumpkin pie for dessert. I hope everyone in Sayulita enjoyed a tropical-stlye thanksgiving with friends and family. Read the below article for a run down on the restaurants that made a special feast last night.


Sayulita La Bonita Photo Contest Winner: Congratulations to all the winners of the Sayulita La Bonita Photo Contest and a big congratulations to the 1st place winner who posted the photo "Dia de la Independencia" taking home $5,000 pesos sponsored by SayulitaLife.com. All the winners and prizes from our sponsors have now been announced for each category and can be viewed online www.sayulitalife.com/pcw

 

  

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Without New Donations ProSayulita Will Run Out of Funding by December
By Nick Sherman 

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Without new donations ProSayulita will run out of funding by the end of December. This will mean no more funding and the end of the important services like Sayulimpia - daily beach cleaning, garbage pick up and street cleaning as well as police, fire and ambulance service. These services provide benefit to locals, travelers, and businesses alike and help make Sayulita the special place it is. Now, more than ever, ProSayulita needs your help.  Read more
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Sayulita Thanksgiving 2013: 
Turkey Day in the Tropics
By Riley Hunter

 
Yesterday, the community of Sayulita was faced with a tough decision: where to eat your Thanksgiving dinner! With so many local restaurants offering prix fixe menus, it was truly difficult to choose just one. So, El Sayulero decided to visit some of the more popular options, and see why patrons chose their respective restaurants and what sets each restaurant apart. What we found, is that each menu and atmosphere is just as unique as Sayulita's eclectic community. Read more 
 
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Chica Locca Riviera Nayarit Magical Tours Offers New Features and More Fun
By Lindsay Walter

As the new tourist season begins and the Marietas Islands becomes a more popular snorkeling and whale watching destination, it's easy to see why a day spent on the water is becoming a more intriguing adventure to experience while in Sayulita. There are several boat charters in Sayulita that offer trips to the famous Marietas Islands and one of those charter boats, theChica Locca trimaran is offering some new and fun elements to the trimaran that include water slides off the boat, a water tube ride on the back of the boat and new snorkeling equipment to admire the undersea wonders of the Marieta Islands. Read more 
 

Bite This: Monchis Kristina Burger
By Ed Schwartz

The burgers at Monchis are the real deal.   Now, true, there are other goodies on the menu, but to go to Monchis and not have a burger is like going to Paris and skipping the Louvre or going to Pisa and not see the leaning tower.

         

There are many different variations of the Monchis burger. That said there are two main issues: 1, the meat. 2, the roll. All the other various toppings are merely grace notes. The meat  is delicious-savory and cooked just as you ask for it and a goodly portion, to be sure.  The roll is soft and tasty.  With the Kristina burger (the one I chose) you get mushrooms, onions and blue cheese and other tidbits.  One bite and I was hooked. Two bites and I was still hooked. I had a side of onion rings and they taste even better than they look.  Crispy, crunchy and a perfect foil to the burger.  Add to that, pleasant service and there you have it-a deserving best bite.

 

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Beautiful beach house + casita for sale by owner only 45 mintues north of Puerto Vallarta and 15 minutes from the village of Sayulita, Nayarit in Punta Negra between Punta Mita and Litibu. Beach front home sits on a gorgeous white sand beach, property lined with palm trees, close to diving reef, surfing, fishing and whale watching. The beach front home boasts views of the ocean and distant jungle and mountains.


 
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Sayulita Dive and Surfoffers scuba diving lessons, diving certification, dive and surf trips in Sayulita and the surrounding Bay of Banderas area. Enjoy the opportunity to meet with the marine species of the bay led by a certified PADI diving instructors committed to helping you visit the best diving sites in the area.

 

 
Yambak Bar Starts a Brew of Their Own
By Riley Hunter
 
 
Yambak Bar is located on the Southeast corner of the plaza, and a popular spot for DJ music, live bands, late night parties, and a young and hip atmosphere! After reopening this season, Yambak went under a little remodeling and has come out looking better than ever. A stylish bar area decorated with antique license plates, a collection of old school Yambak stickers from past events, and even a little fish tank is set into the bar! But, what brought El Sayulero to Yambak, was their new home-brewed beer. A dark chocolaty stout was the perfect way to wash down Thanksgiving dinner.  Read more
 
Local Businesses Attend EngageMexico
Social Media Conference
By Riley Hunter
 
 
Some of the top names in social media and online marketing came to Puerto Vallarta to teach the region's professionals their secrets to success in social media and online marketing. Local mployess from SayulitaLife.com and Joyeria Sol attended the event and brought plenty of new social media marketing skills back to Sayulita. Read more

 

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Pet of the Week: "Mago"
 
 
Hola! I am Mago, a senior male dog who was found abandoned in the Mega parking lot in Bucerias. I am recovering from some skin issues due to neglect, heat and fleas. I am a very mellow dog who's happy just lounging around the house and going on short walks. I am very loving and get along with other dogs. Don't forget.... You can teach an old dog new tricks! Let my friends at Sayulitanimals know if you would like to meet me.
 
 
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