Albergue Dos Anjos
Travel Blogs from Salvador
After another overnight bus later we arrived in Salvador around 9am (24hrs ish). We caught a bus outside the huge shopping mall with Erica and Louis to the historic center of Salvador, this took us a while as the set up for carnival was well underway. We got a great tour of the city and beaches along the way though and in air con. We headed to find …
Weirdest thing I ate: A larva in the Amazon, easily. Even weirder than eating goat shoulder.
Finally, Lessons Learned from June: (And that’s why you…)
Brazil is going to happen. Try not to get too frustrated. It’ll work out in the end
Getting a ride back to the hotel from a random guy in Manaus instead of taking a taxi is much, much more entertaining
You can’t have ...
... pay for lunch? First I didn’t have enough
Reals to pay for both our lunches, If I gave him mine to pay for his, I
would be in the same boat he was. Second, this was as fishy of a story
as I heard in all my travels. Always beware of any local with good
English that needs your help. It usually ends badly for you. Why would
local guys only have dollars? If I count all the Americans, I’ve met in
Salvador, I come up with a grand total of ZERO and even ...
... that I truly looked like a dirty barefoot backpacker. All I needed was dreadlocks, a hula hoop and guitar slung across my back to complete the look. On our final day of Salvador, we were introduced to our overland truck, Carmen. She would be responsible for transporting us throughout northern Brazil for the next three weeks. Overland trucks are a dream come true for people with OCD. There is a neat little place for everything and even labels ...
... the public feels helpless. Adding to the problem, the less-educated electorate continues to reelect incumbents that tout the illusory success of reducing poverty through direct cash transfer schemes, the ridiculous idea that Brazilians are wealthier than the British (in reality only by GDP), among others.
It's worth noting that Brazil is a developing country and should be expected to have some ...
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