Casita Salate

Sayulita ~ January 16 – 19

Our little casita here in Sayulita was, if possible, even more beautiful in real life than in the photos. Our bedroom in particular was gorgeous, with a big stained-glass window looking out onto the pool and landscaped garden.

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The casita is situated on the ground-floor of a large and unique house actually built around an enormous fig tree. ~ This is the “Salate” tree after which the house was named. Mike, the owner, gave us a guided tour of the house but we did not get any good photos … except of these stairs up to his “first floor”. That is “our” casita tucked away on the left behind the big blue wall.

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We enjoyed our few days in Sayulita, strolling into the town center each day. As expected, we did not need a car. And the perfect weather helped. The beach was pretty busy in town but not-so-much up at the North-end where our casita was located. And we were just one “flat” block from the beach. There are indeed lots of hills in and around town.

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As you have probably figured out, I am not posting these blogs in chronological order but simply picking nice “moments” from our trip somewhat at random. As I write this, we are sitting in our condo-apartment high above Los Muertos beach in Puerto Vallarta.

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