Golden Park Hotel
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... in several flavours, including crab and shrimp but was all very mushy and mild, with no coconut taste, spice or even seasoning – disappointing – bring back Rondon! In fact most things I tried, were the same, except the vatapa, which was excellent – I’m sure the stuff I had previously was off and the cause of my stomach problems ever since!
Still, at 48r had to get my money’s worth ...
... 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 ...
... nodded and signaled their approval to start. By this time we were posted out in front of Plaza de Se that can be considered the entrance to Pelourinho. When you walk to the edge, you realize that you are on top of one of the many hills. What you see is an amazing view of the bay and what seems like another city below. Salvador touts itself as two cities – an upper and lower city connected by an elevator. This of course is really only in ...
... and following the advice of the hostel "don't turn left out of the door at night" we were fine. The first day we spent exploring the tight cobbled streets, dodging the random and thankfully short downpours, laughing at the Germans giving some extra attention to a skantly clad local lady, and tring to find somewhere to watch England's second and now crucial game. This was going to be the day we picked up crucial points to set us up for ...
... is so vibrant and colourful (and noisy!) no photos could do it justice.
Salvador does have it's darker side though. Lonely Planet warned us that if we are going to get mugged anywhere in Brazil it will be in Salvador (luckily we didn't!) and in the main tourist centre there is a heavy presence of tourist police. This makes you feel safe whilst in the centre but very wary (possibly unnecessarily so) as soon as you leave it. We were also ...