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Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowline.
Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sail.
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---Mark Twain


Sayulita (PICS)

Sayulita is annually losing its 'unspoiled' appeal. Vacationers and retirees flock to pockets of tranquil paradise; developers and entrepreneurs set up businesses; and where there are tourists there are just as many local vendors.
Much of the dirt roads have been paved (usually cobblestones), the bridge built, and a large brick-and-mortar archway gate where once there was, well, nothing but dirt road. 

this 'city bus' travels between Pto Vallarta and Sayulita.
the ride lasts an hour -- but feels longer, owing to the steaming raggedy bus, the bus driver's blaring ranchero music, and your typically loud native fellow passengers. cost varies depending on where you catch it but is about $23mxn from Wal-mart/Marina stop

some ultra comfortable digs

when I first visited seven years ago there were 0 hostels;
now there are these 2 plus another!

still attracts loads of surfers and beach bums

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