Old town Ajijic is, well very old. There are cobble streets everywhere. This is the second winter here for us and we are only starting to discover the many interesting niches. I'll start with photos of the market, if you venture there walk slowly. You'll see more and be less likly to hurt an ankle on the cobbles. The Wednesday market is very large and you can buy your veggies there for a fraction of what it would cost North of the boarder. Today we got a beautiful golden pineapple for 10 pesos and came home with 2 shopping bags for less than 100 pesos. Beware not all things are a bettter price in Mexico, but most are. You will find a wide varity of things there. One vender has pots and pans, another has fresh fish/shrimp, but you'll need to de-vein the shrimp your self. Then fry them in butter, sprinkle with garlic powder and squeez a little lime on them, hmmmm. There is a large assortment of fruits and vegetables, someone selling pizzas by the piece, another selling cd's and dvd's. You can buy poncos, jeans, t-shirts and shoes. Someone was selling puppies on one end of the market while on the other end were birds, small parrots, grass finches and 3 rather large jays.
The above are photos of the Wednesday Market.