Hotel Sol Plaza Sleep
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and drivers in traffic seems to contradict this. Regardless, few soteropolitanos seem to bother with this reputation, even the bad part of it, and some even make fun of their own supposed lazyness. Also, most people in Brazil agree that soteropolitanos are generally friendly and warm people.Brazil is a country of social inequality, but in few places this is as evident as on Salvador. The social segregation is also evident, with large number of ...
... then fate intervened and we ended up in possibly one of the more random places of the trip! It was by a bizarre set of events and the insistent hand of the travel god! We got to the bus station back in Natal, ready to buy our tickets to Recife - 5 hours away, and then from there we'd travel overnight to Salvador. As we got to the queue Jean said "should we not just go direct to Salvador?" So we changed queues to get a long distance bus all the way to Salvador. After some struggling ...
... has come to truly respect and admire this man. After Eli's special handshake with Lua, their two hour morning ritual of Capoeira class would begin, filled with music, samba and Capoeira. Eli has not only become quite comfortable playing any of the main instruments used in Capoeira, including the berimbau, pandeiro, atabaque, agogô, and the reco-reco, but can also dance a mean samba. Lua speaks not a word of English so their communication is comprised of ...
... sunshine, with the lovely warm sea, Back on the boat and another explore around the city before heading out for food to try the local cuisine in Salvador which is a style of fish curry, which is amazing ! Salvador had a high population of west Africans during the development of the city so has many styles and flavours related to Africa ...
... rubbish into the backs of dark metal vans,so that I and my fellow tourists could witness a "trouble free,cleansed" festive environment.Tillman advises me that post 6pm the town is a no go area (except on Tuesdays,when special tourist evenings are held).It becomes a crack den and a ***** zone. A Jekyll and Hyde city with tourists at the top,beggars and scum at the bottom and the police in the middle.
We start off in the lower city and make a stop outside the ...