Hmm…let me just talk about the food, as this is a US town that has seen better economic times. It’s really not, so rather than camp at a very questionable campground, we settle for a Motel 6 – with air conditioning. Remember, it’s hot….at the recommendation of the front desk, at the Motel 6, we walk to Los Domingos (in the Quality Inn) and do Mexican. This place is busy… we order fajitas: two types, fresh shrimp with vegetables and carnitas (slow roasted pork with vegetables). The platters arrive sizzling hot to the tables and I have to admit, these are the best fajitas I have had, complete with sides of fresh guacamole, pico de gallo and refried beans. All is good….