Hotel Lagoa e Mar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... in human to human connections! My interaction with Hugo and Lwanele that night reminded me of that - our time in Brasilia had very little to do with the city or it's spectacular architecture; it had everything to do with the quality and calibre of people who touched our lives. We arrived in the humid and sunny bustling city of Salvador after a short 1hr30min flight. Like children going on a road trip, we sat wide-eyed and silent at the back of the taxi as it navigated ...
... difficult Brazilian tune. The chord changes are pretty difficult but not a problem. The main issue I'm having is that I don't really know what the lyrics are saying so I have nothing to connect it to when trying to memorize it; makes things pretty tough. I probably should've picked an easier one but whatever. At dinner time, Angelo and I met up with Paulo in Pelourinho at ...
Today I woke up around 11 and went for lunch to Tampinha with Paulo and Constantinos. I got a simple chicken filet with rice, beans, and beet salad, a simple and common dish. Afterwards, we all just hung out talking and I did some laundry and made some travel plans and talked to my dad on the phone. Finally, around 3:45pm, I was ready to go to the beach... But the sun was quickly going down and I was tired and frustrated so I told Paulo I didn't want to go. He convinced me to go and ...
... so many cool things I wanted to buy as gifts for my family and friends but I can't travel with them because of the size and weight so I'll need to look into how much it'll cost to ship some lighter items. I also went to a bunch of Brazilian instrument shops where I played traditional instruments such as the berimbau, a one-stringed instrument tied to a gourd and a stick and played by adjusting the tension and whacking the string with a stick. Then I met up with ...
... I think the demise of ~95% of them can be accounted for by me. After breakfast we made our way back to our rooms. The heat was so great that none us really fancied the idea of venturing outside - so we all napped - Rach on the hammock, Ash on the couch and myself on the bed. At 11.30 we reluctantly got up, checked out (leaving our luggage at the hotel) and made our way through the historic centre. We walked up in the blistering heat to the square with the fallen ...