Alpha Hostel Salvador
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... gave us a tour of Salvador. Heather is American but has been here for 20 years so we were treated to a tour by a real local. Heather took us to eat at a local cafe way out of our area, which was owned by her friend, we sat outside eating a traditional fish stew and watched the sun go down, perfect! After a further tour we went to a local icecream parlour....this place was huge, and being a Sunday all the locals were out, it was definitely the place to be! ...
... This is a modern, up-to-date club that easily holds its own against the best LGBT venues in Rio or Sao Paulo. Especially popular on Saturday nights.
... as Eli has come to truly respect and admire this man.
After Eli's special handshake with Lua, their two hour morning ritual of Capoeira class would begin, filled with music, samba and Capoeira. Eli has not only become quite comfortable playing any of the main instruments used in Capoeira, including the berimbau, pandeiro, atabaque, agog˘, and the reco-reco, but can also dance a mean samba. Lua speaks not a word of English so their communication is ...
... of the acts listed above, and she will have a serious discussion with you about Brazilian manners.
Ok, that's it for now! 3.5 hours of Portuguese this morning and a lecture this afternoon called "Highlights of Brazilian History." Vamos! <---Thank God that works in Port. too!
Oh, and I can't forget to mention the poster I saw at school (^pic above) Gilda FUCS is giving a lecture of why sex is good on June 11th. Entirely too funny!
... a little bit more time in Salvador and I, tired of leaving places and lazy to go on, agreed to stay. The Sunday afternoon we and two other Brazilian girls visited the church of “Bonfim”. It is a nice church and there are these popular Salvadorian wrist bands which are supposed to bring luck in the city which is famous for its crime. After that we went to a local beach where we discovered some more local beach life on a Sunday afternoon. We had some typical bahian ...