Alpha Hostel Salvador

Address: Rua Eduardo Diniz Gonalves 128 Barra, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40140310, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua Eduardo Diniz Gonalves 128 Barra, Salvador, is near Pelourinho, Historic City Center, Olodum, and Barra.
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Travel Blogs from Salvador

Brazil!

A travel blog entry by traceyamy on Jan 14, 2015

68 photos

... trek of Vale do Pati where we hiked up and down mountains, through valleys, across rivers, under waterfalls, and generally exhausted ourselves after walking a total of 60km over the four days. We did recieve the luxury of a pousada to stay at each night, along with amazing breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for each day. The trip was beautiful, peaceful, and there were even fireflies at night! So, that´s Brazil in a nutshell. Next ...

We survived!

A travel blog entry by jennytravels on Jul 01, 2014

11 photos

... Tim Howard who despite the multiple attacks from the Belgium team, guarded his goalpost really well. Anyway, Salvador is a lot warmer than in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte as it's further up north of Brazil. Our host here is lovely, her husband cooked us feijao soup with pasta which was yummy and we had a good chat both in broken English and Portuguese ...

Candomblé - Brazilian Voodoo Cults

A travel blog entry by igowander on Jun 02, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

... and not something I can imitate because, trust me, I tried when I got home to make myself move like that. It wasn't human! The next guy I saw dancing to the beat of drums had his eyes open just enough to see that his eyes were rolled back in his head as he danced as if on a horse. At any given time during the ceremony there were five or six people on the floor doing this kind of weird dancing, convulsing, yelling ritual. Weird with a capital WEIRD!

The way ...

Morro de Sao Paulo and Salvador

A travel blog entry by laurams on Oct 24, 2012

3 comments, 9 photos

... And we carried on walking, apart from our Argentinean friend... We didn't realized he had crossed the road, but we thought he was talking as usual. When he came back he had no more money with him. They started trying to sell him marihuana, then they asked for a little help for the favela, and when the guy saw he had 50 dollars with him asked for it. Our friend said that was all he had left, that he couldn't give it to him, and in that moment 4 more guys ...

The drumbeats of Salvador

A travel blog entry by nickfear on Feb 16, 2012

8 photos

... and nearby Guarajuba beach. I enjoyed the relaxation at Guarajuba and even went in the sea, though the Atlantic is not great for swimming with too many waves. Praia do Forte was a small fishing village until the development of the "eco resort" in the 1960'since when it has become a slightly upmarket but completely artifical resort. I didn't like it very much, but it was interesting to see the sea turtles at the Project Tamar sea ...