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Travel Blogs from Salvador
... most invaluable. It is easy to say you understand, I thought I did. I was introspective and intelligent. But I was living a linear life. It was all I knew and anything grandiose was always reserved for next year. I thought I knew because I would read up on the topic and then make excuses for why I haven’t done it yet, and then I took a chance and left home, left my comfort zone.
Still, New York City’s sirens are alluring. As much as my mind roams ...
... 18,9 % blancos. El otro día iba en el autobús, y me di cuenta de que yo era la unica blanca.
Fui a visitar el pintoresco centro histórico de Pelourinho, que se conoce por su arquitectura colonial portuguesa, con monumentos históricos que datan de los siglos 17 al 19, y fue declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por UNESCO en 1985.
Cuando iba a almorzar algo en la calle, había una mujer buscando basura de la papelera y comiéndosela...así que ...
... it is also supposed to be one of the most colourful cities (and that is saying something in Brazil!) due to the African influence introduced by freed slaves. And the Brazilians themselves apparently refer to it as the "Capital of Happiness". The historic centre of town has even earnt itself World Heritage status. Either way, it sounded like it would be worth a visit.
I could have meandered up the coast by ...
... in one of the squares. Again, the music was all amazing and the dancing was equally super-charged.
The next day, we caught a local bus to the bus station and jumped on a northbound bus to the beach town of Praia do Forte. Finally, we were at a beach and the weather was cooperating. It was beautiful. We sampled delicious acai (a local fruit that they make into a kind of sorbet) at a café by the beach and visited a turtle rehabilitation center, where as well as ...
... have since found out are jumping spider bites. She was in the jungle in Morro de Sao Paulo a remote island, sitting in a natural setting and she must have been just delicious.
Seriously a full moon, great girly belly laughs and excellent times. I count it as my happiest day since I've been here.
Today we beach it.