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Old 02-19-2012, 06:43 PM   #61
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Hi
thanks for that, You are a star
George
enjoy the area when you come visit.
don't miss sayulita, chacala, playa maito & yelapa.
plus in the mtns, san sebastion & talpa
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Old 02-20-2012, 04:06 AM   #62
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:59 AM   #63
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My apologies eakins.
Wife and I did get over to the Nayarit riviera but once we got to San Pancho we had little motivation to go anywhere. We stayed in a luxery B&B that was owned and run by a friend of my wife's.
Did drive the short distance to Sayulita one day and walked around the the town for a few hours. Interesting town with a great beach. We will probably rent a casa in Sayulita for a month or two next winter to get a feel for the place.
Street construction should be done by then. Si?

I regret missing the opportunity to meet you in person.

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Old 03-16-2012, 04:32 PM   #64
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My apologies eakins.
Wife and I did get over to the Nayarit riviera but once we got to San Pancho we had little motivation to go anywhere. We stayed in a luxery B&B that was owned and run by a friend of my wife's.
Did drive the short distance to Sayulita one day and walked around the the town for a few hours. Interesting town with a great beach. We will probably rent a casa in Sayulita for a month or two next winter to get a feel for the place.
Street construction should be done by then. Si?

I regret missing the opportunity to meet you in person.

Best,

Dan
no worries. san pancho is a great place to chill.
as you noticed sayulita has alot more energy going.
sorry we missed each other too.
yes the conctruction will be done in a few weeks.
thnx bill
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Old 03-16-2012, 04:55 PM   #65
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A quick note

to say thanks to Bill for arranging my bike parts to safely arrive at the storage center in PV.

I ordered the parts on line (drop shipped to Colorado) for a GS1150 in storage in PV, tires, battery, etc, and Bill arranged it to be transported from the U.S to PV, then delivered it.

Very smooth, great service and the price was right.

I just know of Bill from ADV Rider, never met him, and I wanted to pass on his great service to other riders that could use his help.

Thanks Bill
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Old 04-19-2012, 11:02 PM   #66
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to say thanks to Bill for arranging my bike parts to safely arrive at the storage center in PV.

I ordered the parts on line (drop shipped to Colorado) for a GS1150 in storage in PV, tires, battery, etc, and Bill arranged it to be transported from the U.S to PV, then delivered it.

Very smooth, great service and the price was right.

I just know of Bill from ADV Rider, never met him, and I wanted to pass on his great service to other riders that could use his help.

Thanks Bill
thanks!
hope you're travels have been amazing.
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Old 10-13-2012, 03:47 PM   #67
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on the road to find out

I'll be down your way sometime this winter , hope to catch up with you and maybe take advantage of some of your services
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Old 10-14-2012, 10:35 PM   #68
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I'll be down your way sometime this winter , hope to catch up with you and maybe take advantage of some of your services
sorry, i'm not in Sayulita this season.
hopefully down the road i will be again.
if you have any questions about the area please ask away.
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If anyone is in the Sayulita area and wants to take some daytrips just pm me. Anything from dualsport roads to hard enduro style trails. Don't expect to see any tourists and almost no locals either. Just spectacular scenery and trails.
If you prefer formal guided trips, that can be arranged easily too.
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If anyone is in the Sayulita area and wants to take some daytrips just pm me. Anything from dualsport roads to hard enduro style trails. Don't expect to see any tourists and almost no locals either. Just spectacular scenery and trails.
If you prefer formal guided trips, that can be arranged easily too.
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