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011510SayulitaMexicoTripMP1228

SHOT 1/18/10 11:19:24 AM - The upstairs patio and common area at the Petit Hotel d'Hafa in Sayulita, Mexico. Located on Calle Jose-Mariscal in Sayulita Mexico, Petit Hotel d'Hafa is a quaint boutique hotel just steps away from the Sayulita plaza and less than a two minute stroll to the beach and surfing break. Each of the rooms is individually decorated with art and handicrafts carefully selected from different cultural areas of Mexico. Sayulita is a small fishing village about 25 miles north of downtown Puerto Vallarta in the state of Nayarit, Mexico, with a population of approximately 4,000. Known for its consistent river mouth surf break, roving surfers "discovered" Sayulita in the late 60's with the construction of Mexican Highway 200. In recent years, it has become increasingly popular as a holiday and vacation destination, especially with surfing enthusiasts and American and Canadian tourists. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2009)

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SHOT 1/18/10 11:19:24 AM - The upstairs patio and common area at the Petit Hotel d'Hafa in Sayulita, Mexico. Located on Calle Jose-Mariscal in Sayulita Mexico, Petit Hotel d'Hafa is a quaint boutique hotel just steps away from the Sayulita plaza and less than a two minute stroll to the beach and surfing break. Each of the rooms is individually decorated with art and handicrafts carefully selected from different cultural areas of Mexico. Sayulita is a small fishing village about 25 miles north of downtown Puerto Vallarta in the state of Nayarit, Mexico, with a population of approximately 4,000. Known for its consistent river mouth surf break, roving surfers "discovered" Sayulita in the late 60's with the construction of Mexican Highway 200. In recent years, it has become increasingly popular as a holiday and vacation destination, especially with surfing enthusiasts and American and Canadian tourists. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2009)