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Gracias Thank you for your contribution,
Ian Hodge El Sayulero General Editor

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Letters to the Editor

Friday, May 10th, 2013

We have recently returned home to Washington State after a 6 week stay in Sayulita where we painted murals at Escuela Primaria Damian Carmona. If you see a sun smiling over the street and balloons floating on buildings by the Primaria, well, that was us :)
Thursday, March 14th, 2013

I must take some exception to the last letter to the editor about the tragedy on our beach. A few years ago, there was another tragedy and I, too, became upset that something like that was allowed to happen. It seemed senseless. A friend of mine took another attitude-- "this is Mexico, and you look after yourself." I completely disagreed with him. When hundreds of thousands of people use the beach each year, services must be provided-- including bathrooms, medical response and lifeguards.

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

Why does it take a traumatic event like the other day to motivate a group to action?  I wish I knew.  Think of the tragedies of recent history that might have been avoided if situations that needed intervention were addressed before tragedy struck.  The situation with Mark Stoneburg is another of those situations.  I don't think that there is anyone in our pueblo who would not say that the north end beach is a harder swim than the south.  And, I don't see why that truth hasn't been advertised.  Are we so greedy for tourist or investment revenue that we will ignore reality?

Friday, May 21st, 2010

Dear El Sayulero,

I look forward to reading your newsletter every week. Last season we only spent 1 week in Sayulita, our first ever trip to Sayulita. This coming Christmas we will be there for two weeks. I am hoping for more time in the future, but my husband is nervous about the medical facilities. I was so happy to read about the defibrillator and the ambulance.

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

We just returned home from our third trip to Sayulita in three years - always arriving a day or two before Easter and staying the week.  I have enjoyed reading your newsletter leading up to our recent trip - it totally put me in the Sayulita spirit and made me feel a part of the town. 

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

I wish to express my appreciation to all the people of Sayulita for their warm welcome when my children & I visited during the recent February break.  It was the first time we had been to either Puerta Vallarta or Sayulita & I must say that it was a wonderful experience.  

Saturday, January 30th, 2010

Something I didn’t realize when we bought a house in Sayulita; that burning garbage is some kind of rite (or right).  Or, maybe it’s just a hobby.  Now that we have garbage collection, you think this burning basura business might have stopped, but, no, it seems to have proliferated, i.e., become worse, and the burning happens to also burn my butt.

Thursday, December 31st, 2009
I want to compliment you and your staff on the evolution of El Sayulero since its inception but particularly over the past year. I have to admit that it took me a while to even read it as I was "busy" and, to tell the truth, I thought it would be stuff I either knew or didn't care to know.  I was wrong and I'm writing to say so!  I now anticipate the Friday delivery of your paper to find out the whys and wherefores of what's happening here in our little town, and that's particularly important when I'm out of town.
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