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Travel Blogs from Salvador
We set out for Recife yesterday morning after last minute refueling and enjoyed a lovely six hour sail in well nigh perfect conditions with a 15 knot south Easter on our beam when all of a sudden oops the steering does not work! So back to Salvador we go using the port ...
... place freely, although I´m sure a big part of the fear comes from the fact of not knowing which places are safe to go and which aren´t and from constantly being exposed to a self reinforcing litany of paranoiac warnings. Had we known a few locals who could have shown us around I´m sure we would have felt more comfortable and had a much better experience. Three days was enough for us and we escape the rain by making our way across the bay and south to the small seaside town of ...
... asked if he wanted problems...so he gave the money away and they let him go.
If you want trouble in Salvador, you will definitely find it, but if you´ve got common sense, you won´t have any.
Now I'm on my way to Chapada Diamantina, a mountainous wooded oasis in the dusty dry interior of the state of Bahia, 300 km away from Salvador. It is surrounded with caves, waterfalls, and panoramic views to a kind of Grand canyon on a ...
... and watching the river pass by. Occasionally canoes would paddle into the path of our oncoming ship. At first I thought the locals had had enough of river life and wanted it all to be over. Not the case as at the last minute, they would paddle quickly to the side as the ship passed and haul ropes onboard. After docking with the mothership, the canoe people (who turned out to be vendors), would walk around selling different things, mostly food, but I ...
... Others had set up beer and caipirinha cocktail stands around the squares and a band was setting up to play a free concert on some nearby steps. We met up with a nice guy from Philly who had just finished a teaching post in Brazil and bagged our spot to watch the band. The music was great and the steps were packed with people, but unfortunately we had picked a step behind the local drug dealers and watched with intrigue/mild terror as the coppers rolled up with their very ...
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