The mission itself is not all that spectacular. It's a simple old--very old--stone and wood church. The particularly interesting part is that it's a couple of hour drive through beautiful austere mountains to a spot you that makes no sense for there to be a simple, very old church. That in and of itself is inspiring.
We ate lunch at a small family restaurant called, I think, Palapa San Javier. It's the first place on the left as you walk away from the mission. Very nice folks; excellent food. A surprising find in what counts as the real middle of nowhere.
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