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Travel Blogs from Salvador
After packing our bags in anticipation of a potential abandon ship we had a tense but pretty sail down the Bahia to another marina where Atlantis will stay for repairs and sale. The pool noodle held her afloat and the emergency tiller worked after a slightly nerve ...
... br> until a bus came. I told her I preferred to continue my stroll up the
beach to a little church in the distance then catch the bus up there.
She seemed perplexed but off I went. It turns out the church is on the
southern outskirts of the town I wanted to catch the ferry in and there
was no reason to catch a bus. That is while the lady was confused by my
plan. In the end it wad a seven mile beach hike and it filled the day.
... down the price to half of what he had started with and off we went. Marcus had lived in Atlanta for ten years. He was only planning on staying for a year.
By the end of our two-hour walking tour, I was grateful that I accepted his offer. I learned the layout of the city, where to go for some good, cheap food, and the unique history (like Brazil’s first bishop was eaten by cannibals) of Brazil’s first capital. ...
That evening we went to a show called Fundacao Bale folclorico da Bahia at the Teatro Miguel Santana. It was a show of dance and music from the cities African heritage. It featured people dancing with fire, swords and a type of fighting dance.
Next day headed on our longest bus yet. 28 hours to Rio.
Joe and ...
... there is no responsible service of alcohol. Craig and I ordered a scotch on the rocks and were served an entire cup size, with ice of course. She poured it like it was juice. One jumbo scotch and we were done. The next day we left our rather nice hotel in Sao Paulo to catch a flight to Salvador da Bahia and meet our Dragoman tour group. It's always interesting to hear people talk about how they shun pre arranged group tours. I for one, love ...