Made it into town, and traffic was bad...so we got out and walked!
Besides, it was a beautiful day! We walked up through the market, and then over to the central plaza where we just sat and had a paleta (ice cream popsicle) and people watched.
"El Centro" in Valle de Bravo.
It's Christmas in less than 4 weeks!
This little cutie was next to us in the plaza.
The guy with the baseball hat was selling toys. He sure did attract a lot of attention from any children wandering by!
The caricature guy was doing some business too.
From there, we walked over to the waterfront. We've never seen Valle de Bravo so busy! Lots of people come from Toluca and Mexico City to enjoy everything the area has to offer.
It's such a pretty spot.
The area is popular with paragliders.
This one is coming in for a lunar landing!
As we said the other day, the water level is the highest we have ever seen it.
I guess this guy isn't going anywhere!
From there, we wandered back to el centro. Stopped in at a church that is sort of famous because the Jesus on the cross is a black guy.
Typical Valle de Bravo street.
Ruth, with her new friend!
We had a fun afternoon wandering around. We took the collectivo back to where we're staying and it was about 4:30pm when we arrived. The guy who owns the embarkadero (marina) is our friend Chago. He and his wife Carmen were sitting out with a couple of employees and their son and we went over and joined them.
Sitting out having some tacos.
Ruth, saying hello to Bruno. He's a big boy!
Ruth, trying to hook the ball on the stick. None of us were very good at it!
Carmen and Chago.
Another day done!
Today, we head back to Toluca. Tomorrow, we fly to Puerto Vallarta and the motorhome! Yay!
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