Hostel Barra

Address: Rua Doutor Artur Neiva, 4, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40140-210, Brazil | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Rua Doutor Artur Neiva, 4, Salvador, is near Historic City Center, Pelourinho, Olodum, and Barra.
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    Travel Blogs from Salvador

    The holidays where we did not rent a car

    A travel blog entry by eeyore82 on Jan 02, 2015

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    ... and insisted on showing us how good he dances capoeira. Afterwards he brought us to a restaurant once arrived, he sat down with us.so we decided to give him a hint and only talk in french. He ordered a beer for himself drank it and finally left...of course leaving the bill for us...interesting day.
    The next day our bus to Maragogi left at night so we spent the day at the beach ...

    Where the Drum is King!

    A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 10, 2014

    5 comments

    ... troupe – the Balet Foclorico. The show did an amazing job of showcasing various aspects of the Afro-Brazilian culture of Bahia. It began with a praise dance of the Orixas that was similar to the Candomble ceremony. It also featured some traditional dances that were performed by the slaves during the era of slavery. And it ended with a fabulous display of Capoeira. But like in Candomble, the drums never stopped beating and guided the dancers as well ...

    In Arembepe to Stay a While This Time...

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 20, 2014

    44 photos

    ... as Eli has come to truly respect and admire this man.

    After Eli's special handshake with Lua, their two hour morning ritual of Capoeira class would begin, filled with music, samba and Capoeira. Eli has not only become quite comfortable playing any of the main instruments used in Capoeira, including the berimbau, pandeiro, atabaque, agog˘, and the reco-reco, but can also dance a mean samba. Lua speaks not a word of English so their communication is ...

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    A travel blog entry by sigitastrip on Jan 20, 2014

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    ... town 7 hours away by buss from Salvador. Here i spend a weekend, i did some caving, hiking, swimming and partying in the jungle fool moon festival. I fell in love with this little town it's so nice here, calm and peaceful. I could definitely spend here a week or more. But now I'm back in Salvador, because i have to fly tonight 21st to ...

    Pooping Coconuts...just read, you'll see!

    A travel blog entry by igowander on May 28, 2013

    6 photos

    ... here! It is MORE than ok with me because I even want to crawl under the table when people use their fingers as food shovel too. Maybe I have a bit of Brazilian DNA I didn't know about.!Number 2, literally pertaining to # 2, do NOT put your toilet paper in the toilet. And 3 (even though I said there were only 2) Do NOT blow your nose at the table. Blowing of the nose is a private act here and is seen as extremely rude. Host families will call Clara if you ...