Travel Blogs from Salvador
... touristy and much pricier. Your money will go much further in Pipa. Both were fantastic ways to break up our hectic urban pursuit of the US team through northern Brazil, though.
And as usual, we have an item of the month. This month it’s helpfully labelled for everyone as “marking gauges,” whatever those are.
And the superlatives:
Best place of lodging: CoolHostel in Porto. It had a ...
A few minutes of more walking and I realized that it was definitely not
time to get off. All the shops look a like selling the same **** block
after block after block. All the churches look a like too as well as the
cobblestone streets. No cops though, which in Brazil, is a sign, you
are not in a place that tourists are around so there is no one to
protect. I came a cross a huge shopping area with an actual Mall and
surrounding streets of better ...
... went to a Capoeira show and then hit the town. Capoeira is a kind of martial arts, break dance fighting involving a lot of perfectly timed round house kicks between two people. They never actually make contact and it is actually kind of mesmerising to watch. Hitting the town didn’t really involve a traditional bar as everyone was out on the streets dancing and buying drinks from street vendors. It was a heap of fun but the town is a ...
... less adventures. you start feeling at home.
But I am working on that, specially when I realize my time here is limited.
I have to say, sam inspired me to start this blog. He is this british guy randomly met in iran. He was traveling around on his bicycle. I admire that.
Anywho, Salvador, the city of women as they say. well it comes from an article, so it's not very well popularized. and to be specific it doesn't have anything ...
... when we got home. Appling ice packs etc. I hate that feeling, when your head is exploding. It was fine for me because too much partying is just not on the cards for me. I also chilled and meditated.
Yesterday was also a great day as we had our first class with Mestre King, Jessica and I. We did the traditional stuff. The grounding, the songs and the movements of Oxossi and Oxum. I was actually surprised at how much I knew. Mestre said my hands in the Oxum were ...
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