Los Veneros

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Winding down for the evening after a day of work.  I have a big meeting tomorrow to go over my project proposal for the next step in my research so I’m getting to bed early to be well rested and have the morning the prepare a little more.  Here’s another travel post about Sayulita’s surrounding areas.  Los Veneros is about half an hour from Sayulita and a great beach to check out to get away from the crowds, surf, and also grab delicious Pina Coladas from the resort bar.  To get to this beach you basically navigate to Los Veneros Resort.  If you’re hitchhiking/busing you grab a ride from Sayulita to the La Lancha intersection where there’s an OXXO gas station and a surf shop.  From there you wait for bus (they come frequently) and take it to Los Veneros Resort (10 pesos per ride).  Then you walk down a forest bath for about ten minutes and you’re at the beach!  We rolled in early in the morning and it was absolutely empty.  Walk along the beach past the resort to where there’s some seaside cliffs…good spot to post up if you want to surf.  Great beach to post up on with minimal people.  Even midday, there was only a few resort guests on the beach.  The awesome part about having the resort there is that you can grab drinks and/or food at the beach bar even if you’re not a guest.  Prices are little more like home, but the location is beautiful.  Had fun trying out a short board in the water here!  Such a dope day.  Have an awesome night babeskillets, Tita xx

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