There are bus stops and they are fairly obvious with a bench and a cover at places like in front of Wal-Mart or at the corner where they have the Thursday morning market. Other places it will just be a painted pole with no writing at an intersection.
It is eight pesos for the bigger, nicer buses that run along the Carretera. It is seven pesos for the smaller buses that we laughingly call the chicken buses. They can be in rough shape because they detour off into the neighborhoods and bump along the cobblestones. They are sometimes more convenient because they get you closer to your destination like the plaza in San Antonio or Ajijic. On those side streets, basically, every intersection is a bus stop.
The bus will only stop if you raise your arm to flag them because people are waiting for different buses at the same stop.
08 May 2018