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This week's La Sayulera

Name of Interviewee:
Maria Avila

Birthdate and Age:
April 16, 1980, and I am 29 years old / April 16, 1980, and I am 29 years old. Born in Sayulita? I was actually born in Santiago, Mexico and raised in the capital city of Tepic. I moved to Sayulita 10 years ago when I was 19.
1. Born in Sayulita? In fact I was born in Santiago, Mexico and grew up in the capital city of Tepic. I moved to Sayulita 10 years ago when I was 19 years old.

2. Family History and Information? My mother Teresa passed away recently and was a great teacher for me. She taught me strength and how to build but not break. She raised 8 children by herself. My family in Sayulita includes my older brother Ramon, who is 35, my sister Sandy who is 33, my sister Nancy who is 31, my youngest brother Goyo who is 21 and my youngest sister Densy who is 20 years old. I also have a wonderful two year old are Ethan who I consider my mentor.
2. Family history My mother Teresa passed away recently and was a great teacher to me. She taught me strength and how to build, but not break. She raised 8 children by herself. My family in Sayulita includes my brother Ramon, who is 35, my sister Sandy who is 33 years old, my sister Nancy, 31, my younger brother, Goyo, who is 21 years old, and my younger sister Densy who is 20 years old. age. I also have a wonderful two-year-old Ethan, whom I consider my mentor.

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7. What do you feel are some changes you would like to see in Sayulita? I feel that the only thing I would like to see is the streets being reconstructed, as they take such a toll on cars and some are not even drivable. I feel that Sayulita has it's own personality where you can take it or leave it. I love that.
7. What do you think are some changes you would like to see in Sayulita? I feel that the only thing I want to change is the streets and their reconstruction, as they do a lot of damage to cars and some are even impassable. I feel that Sayulita has her own personality and you may like or dislike her. I love this. Page 8. What is something you would like to tell the first time visitor to Sayulita? I would say that it is a very bohemiian village where Hemimngway and Kerouac would feel at home. It is a very safe and relaxing place with, I feel, generous energy for everyone. Page 8. What is something you would say to someone who visits Sayulita for the first time? I would say it is a very bohemian town where Hemmingway and Kerouac would feel at home. It is a very safe and relaxing place, with, I believe, generous energy for all.

Interview by Michael Rooney.

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