Morocco meets Mexico
Sayulita Dining: The Top 10 List
Don't Worry, Beach Happy
When you land in Sayulita, the first thing you will want to do is head to the beach! Given how small the town is, you will be surprised to find that there are actually multiple beaches all within walking distance from the main plaza. Each one offers something different, so here is a quick guide to get you oriented so you don't waste any precious vacation time lounging on the wrong beach, which would be such a shame!
A House in the Hills
Located just 40 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta, Sayulita is an interesting mix of a town. Famous for it's surfing and Bohemian vibes, it is home to both expats (from Europe, US & Canada) and local Mexican families that have lived here for generations. You essentially have two choices when it comes to lodging here - you can either choose to stay in town, close to the beach and nightlife, or in a private home in the surrounding hills. Regardless of where you stay, you will fall in love with Sayulita - everyone does. There is a something special here.
The Humans of Argentina
Palermo Dining Guide, Part Two
When it comes to dining, Buenos Aires has it all - from fine dining to hole in the walls and the quality of the food (not to mention the meat) is excellent! Of course, like any city, it is impossible to go to them all but I was seriously impressed with each and every one of the restaurants I was able to make it to. My main focus was in the Palermo neighborhood as this is where I was staying and also the area that most of the best restaurants are located. As a continuation to my previous Palermo Dining Guide Post, here are the remaining 5 places of my Top Ten list...
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