Hostel Barra

Address: Rua Arthur Neiva, 04, Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Rua Arthur Neiva, 04, Salvador, is near Historic City Center, Pelourinho, Olodum, and Barra.
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    Travel Blogs from Salvador

    Beaches of Brazil

    A travel blog entry by turnleftatrio on Jul 06, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... And had a really, really fun anniversary. We picked a well rated restaurant for dinner which was a bus ride down the beach out of town. We decided to have a bottle of bubbly on the beach beforehand as the sun went down and then do dinner. So onto the bus we hopped, and decided to pop into the restaurant to make sure we got a good table later. Only to find out that they don't even open at night!! Haha whoops. Oh well, we headed down the beach to a quieter patch, set out a sarong and ...

    In Arembepe to Stay a While This Time...

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 20, 2014

    53 photos

    ... to see a horse parked in the alley behind the condo, running along the beach or tied up next to a bar in town. On our last full day in Arembepe, we saw a baby horse nursing while its mother grazed on the tiny grass patches bordering the sidewalk. Almost daily we ran into Ghana and/or Rabu, two of the greatest dogs ever, whom we lived with at the Posada. Any time either one of them saw us, they would keep us company whether we were shopping in town, on the ...

    First Stop, Salvador

    A travel blog entry by niblet on Mar 04, 2014

    3 photos

    ... decided to try a local delicacy- a kebab stick with what looked like a block of corn on it. It is cooked on a stove that looks like an old black metal bucket with a few embers inside. The "corn" is then chargrilled on both sides and dipped into a bag filled with oregano. It was only when I took my first bite I realised it was not corn but a type of cheese similar to halloumi which made a very welcome snack.

    One of the first things that struck us was that the locals are ...

    Day 1 in Salvador

    A travel blog entry by jferreira83 on Sep 20, 2013

    1 photo

    Waked up with morning brazilian misic from the street. This could be the best welcome that city provides to the tourists (cof cof) Meanwhile, the bath was cold, wich gave me a special morning kick! We visited the Pelorinho and city center Area, were we found the traces of Portuguese Architecture and Culture, mixed with indian and African cultures that in the end produced the Baiano and/or the Brazilian. In the middle of the visit, I had this idea to take the yellow ...


    A travel blog entry by lifeofagringa on Feb 08, 2013

    10 photos

    ... this means we didn't take a camera and don't have any photos of us there, but we've attached some that we've found online to give you an idea of the scale of the 6-day event.

    There are 3 different ways to enjoy the carnival:

    1. "Pipoca" - This literally translates to "Popcorn" which is the name that they give people that are just partying in the streets, jumping up and down
    2. Bloco - This is wear you ...