Aguas Brasil Villa Retreat Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Surreal is a word that can be used to describe plenty of moments that we've encountered over the past month or so and just hours after Pedro's tour we had another to add to the list. We had a fairly early night on the Thursday and all got to sleep in our private dorm. Then, out of nowhere in the middle of the night, I was abruptly awoken by a loud crashing noise and a gasp from the other side of the room. Junior Lewis quickly turned the light on, I looked up, glanced over and ...
... the plantains which were delicious. I like food. It's a great part of vacation, eating really good, and here, new foods. At this time, Vini was gone for work, and Diogo had been up for a bit and was on the couch. After eating, we cleared out plates and I showered and got ready. We went to the salon to get our nails done. The roads here are kind of tight and there don't really seem to be any traffic rules. There aren't stop signs or stop lights or anything. But also, not as ...
... we departed the bus we met a couple of German girls and decided to all catch a cab together as we were headed to the same part of town. We got to our hostel, the Nega Maluca Hostel (or Pousada, but it was more of a hostel) which appears lovely! Very rustic, homey, and with all that we could require.
The first couple of days that we were in Salvador had us wondering if we would like the city after all, as we had a poor reception by the locals. We were staying ...
... the great news that meteorologists know nothing! (Sorry Elspeth) The weather for the next two days was glorious and we enjoyed exploring the old town and visiting some beautiful churches before enjoying a lovely relaxing time in the sun next to the hotel pool. Our menu choices also improved dramatically which helped, and some of the musicians ventured back onto the streets which was very entertaining. Next stop ...
... it was Carnival so walking around stark naked wasn’t as frowned upon as it otherwise might have been).
There are three big parades happening in Salvador and the hotel staff suggested that we grab tickets for the one in the Bahia area because that’s the one the very cool dudes and dudettes attend. You can join two million new friends along the route for free (not sure I ever believe the published parade counts but there were definitely samba bobbing ...