Not much of a problem using the cold water. The daytime temperature is usually between 30C (86F) and 33C (92F) and it rarely falls below 22C (72F) at night.
You really don't need any hot water!
In fact, they never use hot water for washing yourself, your dishes, or your clothes. Only cold.
Ruth, beside the Rio Colotopec this morning.
Usually, there are women washing clothes in the river, but with the recent rains the water is still pretty murky.
When I finish this blog post, I am going to wash my laundry!
This is Alfredo's mother Sylvia's house. We have parked the motorhome here a couple of the years that we've visited.
Ruth and I came down here to make breakfast this morning. Sylvia has taken Mary's children into town with her, and Mary and Alfredo are both at work. Alfredo works at the local dairy, and Mary is working at a medical clinic. She helps a lot with translation because her English is quite good.
We went to see the lady next door for some fresh tortillas and eggs.
Making fresh tortillas.
She puts each ball of maiz dough into the press and makes a thin tortilla.
Then it gets pan fried. No oil or grease, just the heat.
So, a nice breakfast of eggs, beans, and fresh tortillas.
This morning, we're going down to Playa Zicatela, and maybe we'll stop in at some of the RV parks and see if anybody has made it this far south yet.