All posts by Nadia

An itinerant entrepreneur, Nadia travels slow and low in search of clean eats, dirty Jeeps, and good vibes. Meanwhile, she works with entrepreneurs and organizations to create memorable and successful brands.

Mexican Craft Beer Against Humanity

Apr 06, 2014No Comments

I’ve walked past Sayulita Public House hundreds of times, but never ventured in.  It’s not that it didn’t look good; on the contrary, it seemed

Seattle for Nerds

Apr 04, 2014No Comments

Seattle is one of my favorite cities in the world. It truly has something for everyone. The people it has the most for, however, are

How To Fool A Carnivore

Mar 22, 2014No Comments

Since arriving in Sayulita, my eating habits have changed drastically – and for the better.  I buy organic, locally-grown produce daily; I eat fresh caught

Sayulita Public Market

Mar 21, 20143 Comments

For the past six weeks our home base has been Sayulita, Nayarit, a small village renowned for its excellent surf.  Home to about four thousand

Las Islas Marietas

Mar 13, 2014No Comments

We convened at the beach in the early afternoon, on the west end where newbies learned to surf.  Dozens of fishing boats laid scattered across

The Real & Ridiculous Idiosyncrasies o...

Feb 26, 20141 Comment

Time didn’t move slower in Sayulita; time had been outlawed.  Sayulita pulled the pendulum from the clock, threw it out the window and drove over

Why We Overland With Our Dog

Feb 17, 20142 Comments

Over the past few months LJ and I have weighed the pros and cons of taking our dog, Sophie, on the next leg of our

Stumbling on Paradise

Feb 15, 2014Comments off

We spent the morning driving through lush, twisting hills on the carratera libra en route to Puerto Vallarta.  Again the GPS was telling us we

Anything Goes at Playa Victoria

Feb 15, 2014No Comments

I waited on the boulevard in Mazatlan while LJ ran into a hotel.  It sat three stories high across from the beach, with a terrace

Valentine’s Day in Mazatlan

Feb 14, 2014Comments off

We stopped midday in Mazatlan for fuel and to use una cajero automatico (ATM).  We were feeling irritable after a poor night of sleep, a