After spending two days in Puerto Vallarta, the hubs and I decided to head south to Sayulita, our magic place. We were married in this gem of a little town a year and a half ago, and have the fondest memories of our wedding week here. We were so looking forward to being back, reflecting on our wedding, and now having a baby to look forward to in the new year. There couldn't have been a more perfect place for us to take one last vacation before life really changes...
We spent a week relaxing in the most heavenly house, Casa Dos Chicos, a place designed by a Chicago architect that's nestled in the green hills of Sayulita. There are three levels to the house, four bedrooms, a swimming pool and a roof top spa, and best of all- hammocks to nap in while you take in the view on the top floor living room. It's straight out of a travel magazine.
When we weren't napping in hammocks we ran around the town reliving memories. Taking pictures with Sarah here, eating lunch with our friends there, drinking margaritas in that spot... It was wonderfully nostalgic and insanely relaxing at the same time.
And no trip to Sayulita would have been complete without a stop by Villa Amor, the actual location where we got married. We stood where we said our vows, climbed the million stairs to where our reception was, and even snuck into the honeymoon suite where we stayed to look around again.
The trip was perfect (if not a little sweaty and humid), but we spent much time sitting by the pool, drinking mocktails for me and margaritas for him, and enjoying some quiet time in our magical place. We can't wait to go back with our little one in tow!