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    Emergency Information or Sayulita if you ever need it. IF YOU SEE SOMETHING GOING ON YELL “ROBO!” FREE FROM ANY PUBLIC PHONE IN MEXICO OR MEXICAN LANDLINE (like 911) CALL TO GET ON RECORD: 1. National State Emergency number 066 for ALL EMERGENCIES (fire, ambulance, ANYTHING) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 2. Municipal Policia Headquarters (in Valle): 01 329 291 0049 or 329 291 0666 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… For break-ins, robberies, threats, assaults, suspicious activity, violations, and also for noise bylaws (loud parties or music), drinking on the street, littering, turtle egg robbing, call local cell phone number that is passed between Muni police shifts. THIS MAY GET THE FASTEST RESPONSE, BUT CALL ONE OF THE ABOVE TOO, SO THEY ARE DISPATCHED. 3. Local Municipal Policia (Sayulita cellular): 322 104 8540 …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Also for break-ins, robberies, threats, assaults, suspicious activity, violations, beach problems, ATV's on beach (they have ATVs). Call local State Police office in Sayulita (not always answered). 4. State/Tourist Policia (Sayulita Station): 329 291 3890 …………………………………………………………………………………............................. If still no response from Local or Muni or Valle, call Sayulita’s elected Delegate: 5. Local Sayulita Delgato, Hector Piña (9am-10pm+): 322 182 1266 …………………………………………………………………………………............................. To complain about lack of police responsiveness or effectiveness in Sayulita, call: 6. Bahia de Bandaras Presidencia Municipal (9-5):329 291 1870 …………………………………………………………………………………............................. For emergencies ~ fire, or accident requiring ambulance, drowning, etc., call: 7. Civil Bomberos ~ Fire & Ambulance: 01 800 830 2185 ******** For Traffic problems, to remove abandoned cars, parking problems, call 8. Transito (9am-8pm): 01 329 296 5225 Report all crimes to neighborswatching@hotmail.com Dial 066 from any standard land line. Dial 080 from any cellular phone. To report suspicious activity in Sayulita, please dial 045-322-141-5994. All additional useful telephone numbers for Sayulita can be found here: Phone numbers for Sayulita Emergency Numbers Dial 066 from any standard land line Dial 080 from any cellular phone Municipal Policia Sayulita 322 104 8540 Policia in Bucerias 329 298 1020 Policia Valle (from Sayulita) 291 0049 or 291 0666 Ambulance Services & Hospitals Ameri-med Hopital 01-322-226-2080/01-322-221-0023 C.M.Q. Hospital 01-322-223-1919/223-0878 Cornerstone Hospital 01-322-224-9400 Cruz Roja Ambulance 01-322-226-1014 Global Ambulance 01-322-226 1014 I.M.S.S. Hospital 01-322-224-3838 Medasist Hospital 01-322-223-0444 Red Cross Ambulance 01-322-222-1533 Regional Hospital 01-322-224-4000 San Javier Hospital 01-322-226-1010 San Pancho Hospital 01 311 258 4229 Credit Card Companies AmEx 01-322-223-2955 Mastercard 01-800-366-3100 Visa 01-800-706-6600 Local Doctors Dr. Gutierrez 329-291-3778 Dr. Moy 329-291-3947 Local Vets Dr. Jose GPE. Gomez Alavar 322-134-9359 Dr. Marco Alvidrez 322-148-2328 Other Important Numbers: American Consulate 322-222-0069 Animal Protection 01-322-221-0078 Canadian Consulate 322-293-0098 / 0099 CFE Electricity Company 071 City Hall Bahia de Banderas 329-291-0818 Consumer Protection (PROFECO) 01-322-225-0000 Cruz Roja 322-222-1533 GIRRSA Garbage Pick-up 329 296 5454 Immigration in Bucerias 329 298 14 42 IMSS in Mezcales 329 296 5140 Ministerio Publico 01-322-222-1762 Municipal Services 01-322-223-2500 National Telegraph 01-322-224-7970 Policia Federal de Caminos (Highway Patrol) 01-322-221-1065 / 01-322-221-1527 PROFEPA 329 298 1608 Secretaria de Medio Ambiente SEMARNAT 322-222-0703 Social Security 329-296-5140 State Transit 01 311 213 5711 Telmex in Bucerias 329-295-1686 Tourist Information 01 800 523 0160 Tourist Protection 01-322-223-2500 Transito in Bucerias 329 298 1614 Wake-Up Service 031 Water Company SEAPAL 01-322-223-1516
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    Actually I find June and October to be the hottest months here- before it starts raining and after it stops, when there is just relentless heat and high humidity. Once the rainy season starts, it cools things down considerably. I live here year round, in the countryside (so not a bunch of concrete around to hold the heat), have a dense garden, some breeze some of the time, I don't have any AC (personally, I hate sleeping in an air conditioned room), just fans, and I do everything I would normally do, albeit a little slower and with several breaks to stand in a cool shower. For sleeping, I find a standing fan directed on me works better than a ceiling fan. I know some people find the summer here unbearable, but I'd much rather be too hot than too cold. And Ajijic is way too cold for me in the winter! Didn't move to Mexico to need a heater.
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    The people who would have the correct information for you would most certainly be any of the wedding planners advertised on Sayulita Life. They know all of the rules, regulations, and legalities. On a personal note, I don't know about any "taboos" for beach weddings, however all of us locals greatly appreciate when the eco-system and environment is taken into consideration during any ceremony. Leaving the beach better than you found it and refraining from the use of paper lanterns that end up in our ocean, loud fireworks that damage the eco system and scare the many dogs in town, and picking up any trash left behind is always appreciated. Congrats on your wedding! We all hope you enjoy Sayulita just as much as we do http://www.sayulitalife.com/wedding-planners
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    Although it isn't legally a nude beach, Carecitos beach is where we always go for an all over tan. It's just south of town and anyone can give you directions. There are rarely more than a handful of folks there, but keep it low key and you shouldn't have any problems with the locals. Have fun!