Bahiacafe Hotel

Praca Da Se 22, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40021020, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salvador


A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Jul 15, 2014

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... commission to examine this problem and develop solutions. Maybe have Sam’s Army or the American Outlaws go around the country doing workshops. Both of these U.S. Soccer Fan groups have cheers that the average fan knows nothing about. Maybe we would do well to hire a one Andrea Bazemore to head this commission, as she was dubbed our “minister of chants” in Brazil. Although I am not quite sure if any of her chants caught on even ...

Second day in Brazil. WORLD CUP

A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 04, 2014

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... too fast for even me." And our friend who was driving, Joćo, or as he said I could call him Junior, changed it to a station also announcing the game, that was calmer. Calmer, that was, until we scored. It was only seven minutes in and we got to the house in about 10. "GOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLL THIAGO SILVA" is something I could easily understand. Fireworks went off in lots of places when they scored. So, even though I didn't get fourth of July fireworks, I still got fireworks. The ...

62. Salvador da Bahia

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on May 29, 2014

... tried a lot of the food such as acaraje and abara which is a fried/leaf-wrapped ball of mashed black eyed peas served with ridiculously spicy sauce and a shrimp paste. We also had maqueca, a coconut fish stew, at Master Hawk's place, ate grilled cheese on a stick on the beach, peanuts boiled in their shells and some delicious fried fish, sold to us by a young guy who wanted to know a) if we were religious and b) if we were heterosexual. He wasn't impressed with either of ...

Salavador: Brazils Africa!

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Mar 10, 2014

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... brightly coloured head wraps and 18Th century dresses in the touristic areas.Bahain music is world famous and is rich in the rhythms of Africa.The pace of life is slow and there is a distinct lethargy about the city as no one seems to be in a hurry to do much.Traditional African deities are still worshiped ,figures of the Goddess of the sea and the God of creation are evident in little shrines across the city.

Salvador is still a major port ...

Beautiful Salvador

A travel blog entry by leticiadsantos on Nov 05, 2013

... in the center ...

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