We crossed the highway and took some side streets into town. From here to the central plaza was about 3 kms (1.9 miles).
Passed by the town cemetery. There sure are lots of flowers there, especially since Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) was less than two weeks ago.
We wandered around town looking for the market, but we couldn't find it. Admittedly, we never asked anyone, but it wasn't that important. We knew of a good fruit and veggie store near the central square so we just went there and bought a bunch of fresh stuff. And of course we sat in the plaza for a half an hour and watched the world go by.
It was relax time in the afternoon. I had a nap, and Ruth did some reading.
This little guy is the neighbours dog. He comes to visit every day and is so happy to see us.
I never mentioned that my bicycle is currently out of commission. Do you remember when we did that long bike ride when we were at Roca Azul? That day, I had noticed a bulge in the rear tire. Then, when we were parked at Villa Corona, we heard a loud bang, but didn't really think anything of it. Later that day, I noticed that the rear tire was flat, and on closer inspection it had popped where that bulge had been. Can't believe it didn't happen while we were out riding! Anyhow, Bonnie had said that there were a couple of bike shops in town and she had dropped off the wheel at one of them. He said he had to order the tire, but when it showed up it turned out it wasn't the right size, so she brought it back yesterday. We will have to wait until we are in Tepic to get the right tire.
Today is our last day here, and we're hoping to go see a local baseball game this afternoon.
Ruth made a fantastic chicken stir fry last night for supper. Fresh veggies....mmm delicious!