San Marino Hotel & Suites Salvador
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... 8217;, we eventually came to a junction known as Largo Pelourinho. Now the map that was provided to me prior to this trip does not show contours. The next part of the trial would have taken us down a reasonably steep incline. This wasn’t the issue. Walking down meant that at some stage we would need to walk back up so we decided to call it a day and head back toward the café that seemed more inviting with every passing minute. Having walked around the ...
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... We saw a couple of churches, almost always more impressive from the outside; the less time spent in a church the better as far as I'm concerned. Following this we had a good couple of starts with panoramic views across Salvador and then on to a local market which our driver showed us around. The market brought the first surreal experience of the day as the driver pointed out live animals which were being sold for meat. Chickens you expect but to then see geese, guinea ...
... especially with Mrs. Rosaneli. Because she is so kind and an amazing cook and mom and is doing so much for me, but I can't express it in any way besides saying "muito obrigado" and "delicia" and "linda" which is rwally upsetting for me. Around 8, I think, Mrs. Rosaneli pulled up and then Diogo and Mr. Rosaneli came in the gate and we hugged and hugged. I'm just so happy to be here. Then we all settled in a little bit and ordered a pizza. I gave them all their gifts and ...
... through the open doors of the church. Sadly, while you're sitting in these places you get approached by a lot of beggars, especially kids. I found it quite upsetting as you wonder how they got to that stage. Apparently a lot of them are drug addicts and they sell food that people buy for them for more drugs. We didn't see that though. However, most homeless people you encounter just want your empty beer cans (they get money for them). As Salvador has strong African ...