Oh, I remember this tienda so well. The proprietor came in a little truck when someone told him there were customers waiting for him. He had a huge key that opened the store. It was such a tiny little store but it had everything you could possibly want, including nails, brooms, pulpo, a case of lettuce and melons in the hallway and everything else in the rafters. We were offered tastes of cheeses and olives. It was a wonderful experience and we were lucky to have the option of getting supplies for breakfast in the morning. The next stop was 18 kms along that road with all the rocks embedded in it. Long, uncomfortable walk the next day.