I think the group enjoyed their walk, though they did comment that the walk down the hill into town was pretty steep.
After a delicious lunch at the Tacos Acapulcos restaurant in town, Larry and I walked around the central part of town to admire the crochet ceiling that had been installed down a street intersection. We bought a few staples like sweet empanadas and bread rolls at a local panaderia, and visited an atm machine in case the pipo truck (lp gas) visited the camp site as had been promised.
We also stopped over at a business that is affiliated with Walmart, Mi Bodega Aurrera Etzatlan, that had home goods like appliances and Walmart branded food products, but no produce at all, though it did have a small meat counter. By the time we walked home, we were both tired and ready for naps.
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