This is a leather change purse that I bought on one of our trips to Puerto Vallarta. It was in a tiny shop on a busy corner near the beach. Every square inch was crammed with beautifully worked leather goods of all sorts. (It smelled luxurious in there.) We had promised not to buy anything that was large, or unpackable, or breakable, so this mini change purse seemed like the perfect purchase. I keep 3 pesos in it for luck. As long as I still have pesos, I must go back to Mexico to spend them, right? This side of the purse has two cacti and the Mayan calendar. On the other side, is a sombrero and a different cactus along with the word "Mexico". But the side I've shown here is the one that really reminds me of our vacation and that beautiful little shop and the busy street corner. There was even, oddly enough, a little burro on that street, right outside the restaurant where we drank icy cold Coronas. This is a photo of that corner (and burro). The shop is down the stree that is behind that green van.