Cost of Living in Sayulita, Mexico

Sayulita

Have you ever wanted to live close to the beach, surrounded by tacos and palm trees? Then Sayulita is for you. An hour outside of Puerto Vallarta, the small town has everything one could need (or almost). Even if it’s not always quiet, the beach is a great place to relax. And during the dry season (winter), […]
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Where to eat in Sayulita, Mexico

Sayulita

Do you want to spend some time in Sayulita? A week, maybe two? Why not a month or more, if you’re a digital nomad like us. Once you get there, you’ll quickly understand something: grocery shopping is hard. Why? Because there’s no real grocery store around here, only convenience stores. They don’t have very many […]
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Day trip to the Magical Town of Tequila

Tequila

After an amazing day in Guadalajara, it was time to see something else. We happened to be so close (okay, one hour away) to the small town of Tequila that it was impossible to miss it. So on our second day, we woke up late, had to get dressed in five minutes and ate 7-Eleven […]
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Quick Guide to Guadalajara

Guadalajara

After exploring Sayulita very quickly, Chris and I were looking for our next adventure. Fortunately, Chris happened to have a friend in Guadalajara, which is a four-hour bus ride away. And a comfortable bus ride, that is. That’s why, on a Friday afternoon, we packed and took the bus to Bucerias, then to Guadalajara. We rode […]
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7 ways to make money while traveling

Expat

There are two ways to be able to afford traveling. Either you save money or you make more money. Saving money before leaving isn’t that hard. But if you plan on traveling indefinitely, like we are, it’s hard to rely only on your savings. After six months, you don’t want to have to go home. […]
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