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Finnaly, arrived in Salvador city center. Vau, the hotel staff ultra polite guy, shoed us 3 rooms. One of them had a pigeon in the bed! Eheheh The pigeon scared the hell out of "vau"! Meanwhile, we had the dinner in the hotel so We could rest a little bit to start tomorrow in ...
... were traded and most likely publicly whipped. It turns out that out of all the slaves taken from Africa to work in the many European colonies around the world approximately 60% went to Brazil. Salvador saw the lionīs share of this influx and is Africaīs biggest city outside of the continent itself. Dozens of African deities (known as Orishas) make up the Candomble religion, based on the veneration of spirits. Interestingly the religion has survived hundreds of years ...
... visit the picturesque Historic centre of Pelourinho, which is renowned for its Portuguese colonial architecture with historical monuments dating from the 17th through the 19th centuries and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.
As I was going to have lunch, there was a woman eating food from the bin...so I bought her something to eat, and as I gave it to her, all she said was: "what about my drink?" !!!!! Wtf!!?? No!!
... Joseph) and bad Portuguese cop (me) to negotiate a deal. The ship was called Nelio Correa and she was a three level beast. It looked like an old Mississippi paddle steamer, minus the giant water wheels on the side. We saw the hammocks and Joseph jumped straight into enquiring about a cabin. There were cabins free and the price was about $350 USD for the entire journey. I almost agreed on the spot but decided to wait and see the cabin before forking out ...
... well it will be mate or lime tea for me, but coffee for you.
I feel very blessed to have had this time in my life, time out, time to renew and time supported by very loving and loyal friends and family. Friends are the family you choose. Thanks Miss Laura, Miss Mina, Miss Ali, Miss Jessica, Miss Ann and Miss Ann-Marie for coming over to help and make sure it wasn't only about hard times, but also about having fun, ...
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Rua Nova Cana, 48, Salvador | 2 star b&bfrom $69
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rua Direita de Santo Antonio, 259, Salvador | 3 star b&bfrom $43
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rua Carlos Chiacchio, 75, Salvador | B&Bfrom $66