Go see the 2000 year old tree. We went at dusk and hardly anyone was there. They charge 10 pesos (less than $1) to get in and see it up close. There was a gardener on the premises who told us all sorts of details such as how much water it drinks, and the relationships to the smaller tress around it that have sprouted in the last 300-100 years! It drinks 1000 gallons of water a day! The gardens around the tree are meticulously maintained and in bloom. Someone really cares to make this a destination. The town itself has little to offer, but there is a craft market nextdoor which we enjoyed visiting and buying souvenirs.
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