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... the buildings are bright colors with colonial architecture and cobblestone roads. It's beautiful and you can really feel the heartbeat of the town through the various drumlines and live music blaring from nearly every other building. Our first stop was O Cravinho, a famous local restaurant and bar known for their famous drink, Cravinho. It is a sweet cachaca drink infused with cloves and served from a big wooden keg barrel. There are other flavor a but I opted for the one ...
... that came with a strong Lonely Planet recommendation; Bar Zulu. It was a wise move - despite having to take shelter inside with a load of other people just as our food arrived - and we ended up staying for the whole night. I was still on the Fantas due to my illness but the others more than made up for it by running up a hefty bill that mainly included caipirinhas. In the process, we got talking a nice couple who lived in New Zealand; an Irish guy who had ...
... us out and we met 8 Brazilian gay guys who were sooooo much fun and made me miss my 'plus one' Anael so much, knowing he'd be in his element here.
On top of all this great stuff, think the ultimate highlight was meeting Eric Cantona! I couldn't fricking believe it-in a market watching capoeira! I went over spoke to him...nice enough but he didn't look in the mood for a photo, so just took ...
... and probably not the last. A really helpful guy said he worked for a restaurant and brought us the menu as we sat in the square out in front. He delivered us caipirinhas at a cheap price and took our order. 10 minutes later he came and said we had to pay now for the food and alarm bells went off for all of us, but no one said anything. Well needless to say the food never turned up but thankfully all we had ordered was batata frittas (potato chips) so it was a cheap lesson. Next ...
... i passi della maestra di samba č: ridicoli. Dopotutto siamo gringos e "balliamo" come gringos, cioč come se avessimo un palo di ferro al posto della spina dorsale. Loro, per contro, si muovono e tremano come fossero attaccati ad una presa di corrente elettrica industriale. La maestra con aria simpaticamente stizzita ci fa vedere per l'ennesima volta come muoverci. Mi verrebbe da dirgli: no, scusa sai, ma i movimenti che stai facendo sono fisicamente impossibili. E il ...