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Sayulita Mexico

March 1, 1998
Your Jan. 25 article on Sayulita, Mexico ("It's No Puerto Vallarta") accurately described the charm of this small fishing village. Let's do hope it never becomes another Vallarta. You missed a bet, however, in not listing Tia Adriana's Bed and Breakfast (telephone 011-52-3-275-0192). We spent a week there several years ago. She has since added a second home. Rates are reasonable. LOIS DUNCAN Torrance LETTERS ANNEX: More letters to the editor appear today on L19.
December 31, 1987 | PAMELA MARIN, For The Times
Of his vacation in Sayulita, Mexico, last year, Steve Propst remembers: swimming, surfing, fishing, sightseeing and an all-star plate of chile rellenos. "Chiles the size of footballs," said Propst, smiling, as he stuffed white cheese into chiles the size of Nerf balls. Propst and his wife, Karen, had gone to the tiny Mexican village north of Puerto Vallarta for Thanksgiving, 1986.
February 7, 2010 | By Sally Horchow
Everybody loves a deal, and the emergence of several deal-centric luxury travel websites suggests that affluent people -- or those who just like to travel that way -- are no exception. If you're willing to bid in an auction, buy under a time constraint or pack your bags at a moment's notice, high-end vacations are more attainable than ever. Luxury Link, which launched in 1997 as a search engine, now conducts hundreds of daily auctions of luxury hotel packages that include extra perks, such as an additional night's stay, a spa credit and a bottle of Champagne.
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