Mexico rainbow

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How could I not walk this way?
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At the end of 2012, we spent eight days in what I firmly believe to be the most colorful place on earth. Tiny Sayulita, Mexico, is a no-stoplight village on the Pacific Coast beloved by surfers for its reliable swell. The waves were great, but I found myself more enchanted by the town itself—a friendly, perfectly sized community, where every surface popped with near-fluorescent hues. It was impossible to walk down the street without discovering a new shade of pink. The funny thing is, I’ve never been happier or more relaxed on a vacation (okay, maybe the tequila helped, too). But if I came home with any resolutions, it was to surround myself with that Sayulita saturation, every single day.

Many, many more photos (and dozens more shots of hand-painted signs) can be found here.

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  • http://twitter.com/deimos27 Eduardo Avila

    So happy you enjoyed Sayulita, it is great place to go, I’m so fortunate to live in Guadalajara, just 4hrs away and be able to drive there often. There’re some other towns near Sayulita that you should check out next time. ¡Salud! ;)

  • Alissa

    Thanks, Eduardo! What other towns should we visit? We’re definitely going back!

  • Marie

    These photos literally gave me chills. I love Mexico colors!!

  • Alissa

    Aw, thank you Marie!

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