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Travel Blogs from Salvador
... I trust Vini and I know he drives them often, so I figured why not? I won't get another chance to do this. We drove around for probably an hour and it was soooo fun! We got back to the house and some other people we're there. We hung out with them for a little bit by the beach and then we went back to Carol's house to shower and get ready for church.
The drive to church consisted of I think 8 people in a car that fits 4 comfortably. That seems to be quite commonplace ...
... between all the games. And if you are in Northeastern Brazil, I’d highly recommend getting out of the cities and into a smaller beach community. The two we went to were Praia de Pipa and Praia do Forte. Both are between an hour and two hours outside the city (Pipa is near Natal and Praia do Forte near Salvador). Both are small, much more chill than the big city, and both have beautiful beaches. Praia do Forte’s beach in the town is ...
... Beach, where we relaxed until lunchtime. Then it was time for the first match of the World Cup – Brazil v Croatia. All the shops had closed, and bars were full of locals and tourists, in anticipation of the biggest event of the year. We watched the game at a bar called Ooh La La, (Nayan’s second home for the next few days!) It was a great atmosphere, and even I enjoyed the game!
The remaining few days on the island were spent on ...
of town. Looked like store after store, neighborhood after neighborhood
of crowded streets and shops. No landmarks or anything that remotely
looked touristy. Definitely nothing that looked like a safe place to be
lost in. About a half hour more, I got a glimpse of the bay so I knew I
was going in the right direction, if not closer. A few minutes later, I
saw that a street that looked like one I was on the day before so I
decided, it was time to ...
... a "Camarote", which is like a VIP area with views of the parade route, free drinks, free massages and it's own club inside. This was more exclusive and a provided a welcome break and some space from the crouded streets.
All in all we had a great experience at Carnival, and wish we could have stayed longer. But as we were with a tour company we had to move on to the next stop: A little beach town 5 hours south of Salvador.