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... the middle of the old colonial district which is so attractive with colourful buildings and cobbled streets.
The day we arrived was supposed to be the best night to see some African street music (Salvador has a very African heritage dilute to the number of slaves the Portuguese brought here), but unfortunately the weather meant that there wasn't much going on in the streets. We decided to just have dinner at ...
... music made up mainly of drums and a bow like instrument local to Bahia called the berimbau. It sees the sparing partners dance around each other in fluid and calculated movements feigning and kicking but seemingly never making contact. Other more modern forms of Capoeira are more dynamic and acrobatic. Its adepts practice on the Terreiro de Jesus, one of the main squares in the Pelo, and will happily pose for pictures with tourists and then sneakily try to extort as much ...
... expensive...there was something suspicious on that...so I didn't buy the milk. I suspect they sell it later...
In the afternoon, I was walking to the beach and heard my name. The first time I thought it couldn't be to me, but the second I looked, and saw my argentinian boys!! They had travelled to Salvador to get their flight back to Buenos Aires that night!
I spend the two next days with 3 guys from Barcelona, one from Argentina, ...
... spot. The hammocks were surprisingly comfortable and there was an outdoor shower on the back of the boat. Who wouldn’t want to shower whilst watching the Amazon flow by? So the decision was made to stop being princesses and sleep in the hammocks with nature. We left Belem under the cover of darkness and watched as the city lights faded away.
The first morning waking up on the Amazon was unbelievable. From the back of the boat I could ...
After our last night bus of the trip (something I will not miss when we return home) we arrived in Salvador early in the morning and caught a bus to our hostel in the Pelourinho district of the Cidade Alta, or "Upper City", which is the historic center of Salvador. Salvador is the third largest city in Brazil and the most African influenced, where slaves brought over to Brazil by the Portuguese preserved their culture more than anywhere else in the New World. This is reflected ...
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