We slept well, arose early, showered and shaved, and had a great breakfast of a fresh banana shake with honey and vanilla in a milk base, plus peanut butter on wheat bread. Then, we packed up rushed off to the Yiutepec Ward where Susie and I promptly fell asleep after the sacrament was served in the middle of a talk about tithing. Afterwards, we took group pictures with the Avelar family, and joked about falling asleep on Domingo, referred to as Dormingo, a play on the words dormir and Domingo, sleep and Sunday.
After church, we drove back towards Cuautla, then south to Tlaltizapan and the balneario at Las Estacas. It was a beautiful place of natural splendor, a natural spring of crystal clear water flowing in a swift current through a developed and manicured park.