Catussaba Resort Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... as I often do when I travel . I find a little store run by a sicilian, Antonella. She empties the whole inventory of dental floss on the table. In Brazil you can mix and match the garments, women like to buy a G (grande) top and a P (petit ) bottom. Lucky for me as I had a bunch of G bottom's available for inspection. As I am holding these bottoms, the P is smaller than the palm of my hand, M just about matches it and G is a hair larger. How to fit my body into this, ...
... She is maybe the 3rd or 4th American I've meet since being down in South America and where is she from? That's right, Burlington ******* Vermont, my home! She goes to CCV and lives in the north end but has been studying in Salvador the past 6 months. Uyatã invited me along with his friend to another party in Rio Vermelho at Casa da Mãe. I got Hanni's Facebook info so we can keep in touch when I return home and then took a cab with Utayã to the party where ...
... as to what this local nutter was going to do. Thankfully he just joined us for a photo but the look in his eyes suggested he was on his way to pick up his shotgun. Not too worry, we were heading for our next attraction, a local juice bar.
The juice bar was where things deteriorated even more, if possible. Pedro's attempt at asking for a show of hands for who wants what flavour of juice was a farce; although not helped by Grafite grabbing two different ...
... This was in Portuguese but I got the idea.
Today I saw a couple of back packers walking a block into the section
and a couple of policemen were playing rock paper scissors to see who
was going to go in and get them. Not really, but they had a discussion on
what to do before one of them went in and told them to get out.
Anyway, Salvador at night, even the well lit tourist friendly part of
old town, is pretty scarey when ...
... a big pink balloon that was about to burst). Parade highlights included:
-Collective singing and dancing that was likely setting off seismic alarms all over Brazil
-Music volume that rattled fillings loose and blasted our hair straight back. There were probably folks in remote villages on the other side of South America tapping their toes to some of the better songs.
-Beer consumption that was off the charts. I’m not sure why some of the big ...