Public pay toilets along the Malecón in Mazatlan on the last day of Carnaval (24 February). “Baños Limpios” — despite the natural assumption that it might be bathrooms for those with erectile dysfunction — means “Clean Bathrooms,” but the graphic is at war with the text.

For those of you who also haven’t been to Mexico in the past, oh, 35 years or so like Barbara and myself, the “$” is used there to denote pesos, which were trading between 13 and 14 to the US dollar last week, so “$5” was about forty cents. Of course, if you wanted to pay US$5 to pee, your money would probably have been accepted.