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... br> – despite my lack of retail therapy for more than a year, very disinclined to
The tenor of the drumming I heard from my room, 2 floors up
and facing the sea not the street, dragged me down. Indeed, my instincts were
right as it was the most famous Brazilian drum corps, Olodum – was not prepared
to pay 60r (£15) to see them perform tonight, so happy to hear them for real
and for free.
... br> But on the flip side – much like the elevator, there is a descending order in Salvador that is quite visible. (And I suspect Salvador is simply a reflection of Brazil as a whole). When one walks from Pelourinho down through Campo Grande to the beaches at Barra, there is a very sharp color/racial gradation. When you reach Campo Grande through the neighborhood of Vitoria and onto Barra, you have entered the wealthier area of Salvador. You also see ...
... until the sand. Every person we ran into, Vini knew. It was funny. He's kind of the most popular guy at the beach. No surprise there. After just looking in amazement, we went down to the water and it was soooo warm! I'm used to lake Michigan and our Arctic Ocean pool, so this is wonderful, I could swim all day. Nati and I went out on top of these rocks and she showed me different animals that were around there, coral, crabs, urchins, it was amazing. When tides are up it covers ...
Salvador is just plain hot and humid. And there is little escape. Few
shops and restaurants have AC. The hotels in my budget range either flat
don’t have it or those that do, actually loosely define Air
Conditioning as anything that blows air regardless of the temperature.
In most cases, it’s on the warm side . So the only thing to do is sweat
profusely, commandeer a shady bar stool and ...
... Those needed vehicles appeared to be traversing only a small area around the food tents located in the upper part of the square. By now the temperature had pushed by the eighties and was advancing thru the nineties like an invading army. We stopped by a few of the churches in the square but they were locked and waiting for Ash Wednesday. One of the churches had opened the section of the church that was a museum and that part was available for tourists. We did not stop as ...