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Travel Blogs from Salvador
... in the sugar plantations. Brazil was the last country to abolish slavery and as mentioned in my blog for Recife this happened on the 13/05/1888. Our tour guide pointed out places where slaves were held for slave auctions and explained the evolution of “mulatto” people from the intermingling of the Portuguese, Dutch, African and Brazilian Indian people. She explained to us that there are still currently two levels of city in Salvador – the upper city ...
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 ...
... sample the famous Brazilian
cocktail, a Caipirinha.
Of course we still had work to do and once again set about preparing our mobile
clinic, something we were now proficient in doing! This time we were helping the
islands animal NGO, Fatima, who regularly runs neutering campaigns on the
island but usually has to pay Brazilian vets to do it. At first she was
apprehensive of our methods and routine due to it being by the book and what
... 4 más, y preguntaron que si quería problemas...así que les dio el dinero, y lo dejaron irse.
Si quieres meterte en problemas en Salvador, lo tienes muy fácil, pero basta tener sentido común para no tenerlos.
Ahora estoy de camino a la Chapada Diamantina, un oasis montanioso en el interior seco del estado de Bahía, a 300 km de Salvador. Está rodeado de cavernas, grutas, cascadas, y vistas panorámicas a unas montanias tipo el Gran Canion pero a menor escala. ...
... to the bathroom... Towelled off around the corner, out of sight... Dada walks around the corner so he can see me and starts to throw cologne on me!!! Then he starts to clap and smile all while saying,´Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Hahah! Yeah! Yeah!´
I manage to finish towling off and put on my underware. I exit the bathroom and Dada then claps and gives me a hug... And I quickly exit stage left.
Dada stores... One happened each ...