Albergue Pedra Da Sereia
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... by way of a busy walkway. Bus travel in and out of Salvador can take a lot more time than expected. Count on an average speed of 50-60 km/h when planning your itinerary.By boatSalvador is a common stop on international cruise routes and was once visited by the Queen Elizabeth 2 during her sailing career. Note that the docks area can be dangerous. This area is linked to the Pelourinho historic centre by theElevador Lacerda, and to the city by urban buses ...
... We both laughed, we knew something like this was bound to happen, we both 'had a feeling' during the fuss in Natal. We actually found a great little hostel once we could find internet and actually research, for the first time, the place we were in! We ended up staying for four nights so that we wouldn't have to travel on our anniversary and so that we didn't miss any football games. It was a surprisingly nice time, we ate out, explored the neat little city, finally caved in and had ...
... crew of friendly drunks always to be found in the central plaza, and who would smile as they loudly sang tunes into their imaginary microphones, pausing only to help cars to find parking spots hoping for tips. These guys seemed to start drinking, as the rest of the town does, around 10 am, but tend to continue later into the day. We sometimes ran into a family of little monkeys running across the electrical lines or climbing in the trees. It was ...
... sitting having a beer. This resulted in an unsolicited massage potentially costing R$10. Luckily Kes got it down to small change. One night we watched a drunken, annoying Ukranian guy get into an argument with a street seller. The owner of the restaurant we were at, with dreadlocks down to his ankles, was full of advice for us on avoiding such trouble. His mantra was, "Be cunning, slick and sly like a fox". The best bit however was his name - Master Hawk. Kes thought he'd ...
... The walls are smudged in black damp but the shabby exterior belies what lies inside.
The Catholic church always has and still does know how to awe and seduce the poor and the ignorant- opulence , a by-word for Catholicism-lies resplendent in all these houses of God.The most beautiful and most distasteful is the Catedral Basilica do Salvador,dedicated to the holy saint St Francis of Assisi,the pious monk,once a Venetian noble man who discarded his riches to serve the ...