They serve hot dogs and hamburgers. Above is a photo of Emily's hot dog.
Emily is showing me her shoe. They were so uncomfortable she could hardly walk but worth the price to her.
After lunch she took me to her house to see her little dogs. They are very loving and were all over us. Emily lives in a beautiful house not far from the bus station. Her car was leaking gas so she drove me to the bus station instead of her plan to take me all the way home. I must remember not to take the bus home on a Sunday afternoon from Chapala. I was one of the first ones to get on the bus and before they left the station there wasn't any standing room left. Yet they picked up people all the way to Ajijic. I was so glad to finally get off that bus. Good thing I was wearing ratty old comfortable tennis shoes instead of ones like Emily's. I never would have made it home trying to walk in those shoes.
The photo above is of Emily's house and back yard. Rents are so much cheaper in Chapala than in Ajijic. She pays very little rent.
Emily at home with two of her dogs. I could handle walking in those crocks.