Golden Tulip Rio Vermelho
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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How to buy, rig and wear a tiny, teeny Brazilian string bikini Bahia's opulence, with it's vast landscapes, endless sandy beaches lined with coconut trees that bleed into sugar plantations, is reflected in the character and physical presence of the Brazilian people. In Ipanema beach in Rio, we had already witnessed some of the beach fashion and admired the bodies that are in it. Sylvia and I, white as sheets, underweight by Brazilian standards and wearing bikini's that ...
... them famous, the clove flavored, which was so good that I got a to go bottle to take with me. When we got to our destination, the Geronimo concert, it seemed as if everyone there had a bottle in their hands. Geronimo is a samba, rock, jazz, funk, Latin, dance band that has had a residency every Tuesday night for the past 10 years. They are very fun and locals love it more than the tourists it seems. The concert takes place on a huge staircase leading up to one of the ...
... enough for the six or seven cars and the fifty of us to squeeze in and listen to Pedro's dreams of turning this space into a juice bar or coffee shop and that it's current use was a waste of a 'beautiful' space. A good proportion of people were now becoming sceptical about Pedro and his tour, we were finding it hilarious and the next stop at 'the second narrowest building in Salvador' had to be seen and heard to be believed. One Indian woman took exception to ...
The couple that had the same tour schedule at the lodge as I did, was
also flying to Salvador on the same flight as mine. It made the drop
off easy. I kind of invited myself to share their taxi to their Hotel,
offering to split the cost of course. It would have been an 80R ride by
myself. This way was 30r. It was a 30 minute drive. Pretty quiet as we
were all tired from the day of travel. The driver clicked through his
... books claim is the largest Carnival in the world. Not as well known as Rio or Trinidad, but huge (4 million people and 800,000 visitors), and we were going to be in the middle of the chaos for a few days.
Our battle with the bureaucracy of Brazil continues as we were met at the Salvador airport by a multi-hour work slowdown by the immigration officers and baggage dudes (this after a 9 hour flight from Lisbon arriving late at night). Things picked up a bit with our ...