Sahuayo is an industrial city about 40 minutes drive from here. It's not a tourist destination, and we've driven by it in the motorhome twice during our travels and have never stopped.
About 45 kms (28 miles) to Sahuayo
So we stopped at a tile store first and they chose the tiles for the bottom floor of the new building. I think it's going to look really nice!
Tiles for sale!
These tiles are about 20" square. Fancy, huh?!
Then we went driving around a kind of residential area looking for one particular shop that sells paper towels. Finally found it. The roads are still very wet from all the rain they had last week.
Lots of puddles.
Then we headed to "el centro", the downtown area. Sahuayo is a very busy little city. People everywhere trying to sell things and "mucho traffico", lots of vehicles, trying to navigate the narrow streets. We found a parking spot and then went to the central square and the market. I stand out as the only gringo in town! Even had one guy in the market come up to me and said in perfect English, "what the hell are you doing HERE?" Too funny.
Sahuayo is a BUSY city!
Juggling for pesos in the intersection.
A neat statue in the center square.
We had a fun day visiting the town and it didn't even rain! I think the wet weather has now passed us by and we had a beautiful sunrise this morning and a clear blue sky right now!
Niko gets along just fine with the local cats as they even share a dinner bowl.