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... small ribbons to all the ironwork with 3 knots, one for each
wish. They are also tied around the wrist, in 3 knots and need to be kept for 3
months to allow time for the wishes to be granted and the ribbon to
disintegrate naturally. I found a devout looking lady, who insisted her bad
foot had been better since her offerings, to sell me the ribbons and tie one on
– hoping her good luck with be infectious!
... ll move here instead ;) We then went out to check out the night life. first we stopped at Subway, which is very popular in Brazil, more than Mcdonalds, which is actually more for the wealthy in Brazil. I got the daily special which was a beef party on a sub roll with veggies. Believe it or not, it was the closest thing I have had to a hamburger since being in Brazil haha. Then we headed to Pelhourinho, the heart and soul of Salvador (at least it seems that way). In ...
... troupe – the Balet Foclorico. The show did an amazing job of showcasing various aspects of the Afro-Brazilian culture of Bahia. It began with a praise dance of the Orixas that was similar to the Candomble ceremony. It also featured some traditional dances that were performed by the slaves during the era of slavery. And it ended with a fabulous display of Capoeira. But like in Candomble, the drums never stopped beating and guided the dancers as well ...
... most of the day, then they just sort of crawled away)
It’s now time for our evening of Jazz, so we got a taxi, which just happens to go to the area we have been told not to venture, its where this jazz thing is happening, it costs us a couple of quid to get in, and we even get searched, the place is heaving, the band has started already, there are stools which most people to be keeping for friends who are arriving later, so we just kick our heels ...
... on the pig and see what happened. The Colonial
architecture of the historic center of Salvador was splashed in tropical
pastels, locals moved out to make way for tourist shops, restaurants
and accommodations and cultural events were scheduled to keep the
tourists entertained. The past couple of decades have been good in this
little section. I don’t now about the others because I was afraid to
roam around them.
My dorm mate told me ...