Sayulita, Mexico November 14, 2023
After breakfast, we caught a bus to Las Glorias where you have to change buses to go out of the city, and luckily got on an air-conditioned older type of coach. It took about an hour and a half total to get to Sayulita-
A huge sea monster with a waterslide of all things was at the cruise ship port-
I love travelling on public transportation because there is always something going on. This lady hopped on to sell drinks and food, sometimes you have people babbling on with long stories about why they need money and then they pass around a cup and other times musicians hop on and entertain-
I see I didn’t wait for Lynne to get set for the picture. At the town name signs it is always such a rush because there’s a big lineup but that’s no excuse for not getting your own picture well taken.
Sayulita is a quaint place - a busy surfing town with lots of little shops and restaurants-
I went back to the gallery where I bought my estambre, which is string art, just to have a look to see if I liked any, but I didn’t. They sell a lot of shakira, which is small beads glued onto forms –
They are both made by the Huichol Indians who live in the mountains.
Not sure what this is about-
The beach is packed with chairs for rent and for 150 pesos or $11.53, you can sit there all day-
Stupid me grabbed another margarita (and I don’t even like tequila- ya sure you liar) and we headed off to the beach –
Eventually, Lynne said it was time to head back, and if she hadn’t been with me, I would’ve spent the night in that chair I am sure. Somehow we got to the bus depot and luckily got seats on the bus because Lynne tells me it was packed most of the way home. I woke up in my bed with all of my possessions and am having a slow day today! Dummy!