As we've shared many times before, Borderline Jewelry's collection of accessories depicting borders of the world was inspired by our travels. And it continues to be. Over the Christmas holidays, we traveled to Mexico for the first time as a family. (Stephan had been before on business, but neither I nor the kids had.) While we were tempted to do Tulum, we, instead, chose the small surf town of Sayulita on the Pacific Coast, less than an hour north of Puerto Vallarta. I had been reading about and wanting to visit this part of the Riviera Nayarit for close to 10 years. I knew my boys would appreciate the surfing, and we'd all enjoy the laid-back, Bohemian vibe. I had hoped to rent a house amidst the tropical jungle called Casa Ninamu (the initial inspiration for wanting to visit Sayulita, in fact); but it gets booked up fast over the Christmas break, and we're last-minute planners. So instead, we stayed at the incredible Casa Love, which was right on the ocean in the heart of Sayulita--a town filled with barefoot locals, delicious food and inspiring art. Casa Love is aptly named. You can't help but feel the love from the family that owns this heart-filled, artistic dwelling perched over the Pacific, as well as the extended family and friends who drop in throughout the days and nights. Here are some pictures of Sayulita and the beautiful, magical Casa Love. While Mexico is already in our collection of 145 borders, Sayulita could be next!