Hotel Harbor Self Salvador
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... way of things to do in Salvador so we decided we would do a walking of the city. We went with two other lads from the hostel and as we walked to the main square we bumped into this guy posing as a tour guide. His name was Anderson and my first impressions of him was that he was full of *****. He spoke English pretty well but he claimed to be fluent in 5 languages and a lecturer in a University. How he thought we were buying that is a mystery but we agreed to go with him ...
... costumes, the personal effects of the poet Castro Alves (author of Návio Negreiro, or Slave Ship, and one of the first public figures to protest slavery), and traditional rag dolls enacting quotidian colonial life, as well as paintings and sculptures. R$ 3.
... a huge room covered in intricately designed golden figures that had an incomparable level of detail. To echo Jamie's sentiment, it's comfortably the best church I've ever seen and those TripAdvisor ratings are very well deserved. With this surprise under our belts and a load of travel bands on Jamie and Matt's wrists (they've taken to buying them at every opportunity for some strange reason) our prolonged stay in Salvador had come to an end and we were finally off to ...
... thinking it was "Rosanegra" which Nati and I both found hilarious. He corrected them, but then Nati and him kept joking about alternative last names and we we're all cracking up. She's crazy and we love her <3 Carol lives in the absolute nicest house I have ever seen. It is very modern on the inside, lots of tile and glass. Her room is so cozy and chic, with a huge closet, bathroom, and balcony. She has three tiny little dogs that I was cuddling with. Outside is a bunch ...
... a bit frightening. For most Americans, our first instinct is "duck and cover, “as we are so used to at least hearing about the violence of guns and bombs. But Brazilians seem to love setting off loud fireworks at any chance they get. I have heard so many of these explosion noises, multiple times a day, that now, towards the end of my stay, I barely budge when I hear a loud boom! I just figure someone scored a goal (or somebody scored in ...