We walked to the main marina in town. It's nothing special, just a few floating restaurants and a lot of salesmen trying to get you to go with them for a boat ride. And of course this town is pretty quiet during the week and we look like tourists so we got to practice saying "no, gracias"!
The main marina in Valle de Bravo
Another nice view of the ritzy part of town. That's the rock we climbed to the top of the other day.
Walking back to the central market, we wandered down a street that had many expensive "designer" types of shops. Because there are many well off people who live here and visit here on the weekends, I guess these places do okay.
This street had many expensive shops with "international" grocery stores, and places selling grain fed beef, and that sort of thing.
Made it to the market and found a place that had lots of very fresh looking fruits and vegetables. Bought a huge bag of stuff...cauliflower, carrots, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, celery, lettuce, red pepper...total of about $7.00. We love shopping for fresh fruits and veggies in Mexico!
We have our trip to Mexico City all planned out. We leave here by bus next Friday March 2 and stay in the central area with our first couchsurfing host, a younger guy with an apartment, until Monday March 5. Then we move to the southeastern part of the city to stay with a family in their house until Thursday March 8.
(Explanation of "couchsurfing" here.)