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... since we ordered our food, bits started to arrive via basket about half an hour later. Junior Lewis and Grafite got their chicken and chips and Clean Shirt got his strange small bowl of mashed potato but me and Tony Tony could see no sign of our shrimp rice. After querying the whereabouts of our meals with the waiter he attempted to offer a random dish as an alternative, we refused and somehow just seconds later a limp excuse of a meal arrived. A portion of rice had ...
... rock barrier in front of the posada, but enjoyed the change of pace of the condo's swimming pool in addition to the ocean. Our daily walks to and around the center of town provided plenty of entertainment in itself. After spending nearly a month in Arembepe, we knew the cast of characters. While walking toward class, every morning, a woman would come out of her house and insist on giving Eli a kiss on the forehead (or wherever he'd permit) and a hug. There ...
... money on my hunch!
Whilst we were in Salvador, Brazil were playing Mexico to kick off the second round of the group stage. We watched this at the FIFA Fan Fest in the Barra beach area where we had stayed the week before. It was fantastic, thousands of people gathered to watch the game on a ginormous screen. When we headed back to Pelourinho, Davide the hostel owner warned us not to go out to the main square as all the local Brazilians were out ...
... where she does most of her shopping. Exploring this market's maze of colors and culture, we felt like we had been transported from South America directly to Africa. All paraphernalia related to the African Candomblé religion can be purchased there, along with exotic fruits, veggies, clothing, jewelry, tobacco, spices, in addition to any animal part imaginable. After wandering, we took a taxi to Praia da Ribeira, along Salvador's ...
... we were there the cobbled streets lined with brightly painted buildings were filled day and night with Capoeira (the Brazilian martial art that looks like a beautiful gymnastic dance), samba shows, drum shows, jazz nights by the harbour, parades, and extravagant costumes! Brazil has a reputation as a party place and if you go to Salvador you will not be disappointed. Try as we might, we failed to capture the incredible atmosphere here in our ...