Friday, November 13, 2015


Oh boy am I excited to post up all of my Mexico pictures and share all of the adventures we had. Going back to the motherland was very exciting for both of us because we were heading to a place we had never visited before, Sayulita! This coastal village was the pretties most charming little pueblito I have ever visited in my life. If you ever head down to Mexico do not miss this little gem of a town. 



Casa Colibri was the studio we rented for the week and it had the most stunning view, it was so hard to leave.

What makeup with that kind of humidity?! -__-

Our ATV tour with Rancho Mi Chaparrita was one of the funnest things we did during our stay there. Rogelio our tour guide was so much fun!

Since it had been raining we were not able to cross over to San Pancho because of the tide being so high, so we went around the jungle right outside the village. 
Amazing scenery! 

The sidewalk art was just amazing, everything was so colorful and full of bohemian life.

Club Camaron is where the party is at on Friday nights, locals and tourists alike! The club is right on the beach you get to hear the waves crash and dance cumbia at the same time.

Sayulita food was a magical experience! 
The cheaper the food the better the taste is what we learned really quick.

Dia de los Muertos festivities were amazing.

Best Pastor tacos were at Tacos Ivan, we kept ordering two thinking they were our last, but we really could not stop.


The best chicken I have ever had was the Banksy chicken lady, that is what we called her, since there was no name for the stand. She was there for like 2-3 hours and if you missed her you had to wait until the next day. It took us 3 days to finally find her. We spent about $4.00 for half a chicken with rice & salad. Yums big time!

We left Sayulita and headed into Puerto Vallarta. We were already worn out and pretty sad we left Sayulita so we did alot more relaxing then exploring in Puerto.

The highlight of our Puerto Vallarta stay was our couples massage at Hotel Mousai
The hotel was stunning with a breath taking view.
Spa Imagine was exactly what we needed to end our vacation.
We enjoyed a delicious massage, followed by a bottle of bubbly and chocolate dipped strawberries.

 Until next time my Mexico Lindo y Querido!