But we already had the GPS co-ordinates (21.48169 -104.89250) and we had no trouble at all. There was a small European rig here when we pulled in, but they left shortly afterwards and never came over to say hello. Then just before lunch, a couple from California pulled in with an older Class C. We spoke to them for a while, they have been coming to Mexico for about 30 years.
The long dormant volcano outside the city of Tepic.
Coming into the city of Tepic on the main toll highway.
We needed to pick up some groceries, so I looked up the directions. Tepic is a city of 300,000 people so they have all of the major grocery chains. Walmart, Ley, Soriana, Chedraui. These are all decent places to shop for groceries in Mexico. We decided on the Walmart because it was closest, but it turned out the Ley store was pretty much right across the street. We walked there from the campground, it was about 2 kms. Did our grocery shopping and took a taxi back to the campground. The taxi was 35 pesos ($2.73), and the guy was a TERRIBLE driver. But, you just grin and bear it, and keep your fingers crossed and your eyes closed.
But we made it back, safe and sound. Got the groceries unpacked, and relaxed for the rest of the day.
The rig at the far left has been here what looks like forever. Nobody in it. Then there's Sherman, and our neighbours from California.
Today, we need to find a laundry, and then we're going to walk into the central area of Tepic and wander around. It's pretty far, almost four kms, so we will probably walk there and then take a bus or taxi back. We'll see how we feel.