Hotel Sol Plaza Sleep
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... is perfectly balanced by the expansive fronts. The women walk like John Travolta, proud, erect, beautiful. Everything swings side to side, we watch in awe. Whoa. For real. A few days later in Bahia, Sylvia and I leave our beautiful recanto Brasilissimo, and venture to the Isla de Morro for the day. After the remoteness of Guaibim, this is tourist hell. All is clean, much more expensive, credit cards accepted everywhere and lots of shopping. I set out to buy some new ...
... the transaction was I have no idea so smiled, shook my head and returned to the match.
With Argentina's match heading for extra time, me, Grafite and Junior Lewis set off to try and get the extra tickets sold as Tony Tony and Clean Shirt stayed to watch. The ticket sign was attracting a little interest as we turned down one or two offers, streams of colourful Americans with flags, banners, balloons and far too many grown men with face paint passed by. Once ...
... caipirinhas. The next morning we flew north to Salvador, where we are to spend the next week. It is so much warmer here (shorts are back on thankfully) and feels very tropical. We arrived at our Pousada, which is just outside the old, beautiful and very touristy part of town (Pelourinho) and headed out into the night. Our stay here happens to coincide with several local festivals, so after having dinner we attempted to walk up the main square and got nowhere due to ...
... a couple of nights in the Barra area of Salvador, with task number one being: collection of our World Cup tickets! This was a mission in itself, having to travel for over an hour on a bus to a shopping mall where the Ticket Collection area was set-up in the carpark! The weather wasn't the greatest (rainy season in Salvador) so we spent the rest of the day in the mall. Nayan was also interviewed by a journalist who asked for his thoughts on the World Cup! ...
... is to understand Mormons, which very well may be even scarier than the spirit possessed Candomble folks. A classmate of mine and I and eventually the entire van got into a discussion about Mormon beliefs since that is her faith. At the end of the conversation I say "Let me get this straight. When I die, I can go to one of three levels of heaven where I can reunite with my spouse and make spirit babies? Those babies will be put into a human mom still on earth who ...