|The Beaches Become Crowded with Umbrellas and People|
|Lots More Porta-Potties to Handle the Crowds|
We are expats, meaning Sayulita is our home. We stay most of the year, leaving only when the rainy summer brings uncomfortable heat and humidity, and the electricity bill from running our one air conditioner at night is more expensive than the cost of driving our motorhome to Oregon.
We love living in Sayulita. But during the two weeks of Semana Santa and Semana Pascua, we become hermits much of the time. In the weeks before Semana Santa, we stock up as though the town will run out of food and water. And it does.
|We Stock Up On Purified Drinking Water and Wine|
|We Stock the Freezer with Healthy Meals, Bread, & Tortillas|
|Mi Lola's Pizza Prep Station and Oven|
|Pom-Poms Are a Hit with the Tourists this Year|
|Peaceful View during Yoga Class at Don Pedro's Palapa|
|We Remove the Trash from the Recycle Bins Every Few Days|
|Jon & Mey Collect the Recycling & Haul it to the Recycle Center|
|Sayulita Beaches Return to Normal After Semana Santa|
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