Hotel Harbor Self Salvador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a full one he’s just a lot bigger than me so I probably touched it without realizing and got messed up. Creepy. Don’t worry we have pictures.
LEZBEHONEST. I totally didn’t finish this blog in time and now it’s after Barbados and I’m not going to finish it. I’m just not. Sorry. Hope you liked day #1… pretend I did something magnificent and spectacular and life changing on the second and third days. K bai.
NEXT: Barbados (3 Days I promise) ...
... she doesn't like to travel really, especially from airports, and this was very last minute. But I guess she wanted to see my sister play in her High Performance international tournament, which is understandable. So I talked to her a bit and to some of my friends. We watched a little bit of Les Mis and then went to sleep. It was a chill day, and even though Diogo's team didn't win, it was great to see him play and see lots of friends there. ...
... You just throw it away. The shower head heats the water itself and so you just turn on the water. You can adjust the heat on the showerhead itself. This one took me a bit to figure out. Funny how showering is always one of the most confusing things to figure out how to do at a friend's house, even here. Everyone lives a much more modest lifestyle. But, also most all middle class people have people who clean their house once a week. It is very cheap and just part ...
... German) (the last three we met at the hostel) which consisted of both a local jazz band and an Illinois university band who played a couple of songs. We then went to another live music venue playing popular and samba songs; followed by a samba club that spilled into the cobblestoned streets where people danced, street food and drinks could be purchased, children begged, and poor people collected cans and bottles as in the rest of Brazil, to be exchanged for cash. ...
... of Texas. I became happy again when they accidentally put me in first class. Then I got sad again when this little 6 year old squirt came and sat by me and assumed I was going to share my armrest with his toy car and bucket of goo. Then it was ok because he was totally adorable and tried to speak English to this girl sitting by him who could barely utter a Portuguese hello. I also met a new friend,Heitor, on the plane who gave me a crash course in Portuguese since I will ...