Mar Brasil Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... heavy to lug around, though regretted it later as I would have taken pics of the whole journey!
Day Three: A Show, Shopping, Drumming, Theatre
Day three in Salvador was devoted to shopping and more shopping, then a great drumming lesson, but the highlight of the day was a visit to a community project to get kids off the streets and the kids put on a terrific circus style performance including trapeze artistry, drumming and juggling as ...
... the Portuguese Eli has managed to learn (using the excellent Duolingo app) in the months prior to arriving in Brazil, along with lots of sign language and giggles to fill in the gaps. During Eli's classes, I either joined in or walked for miles along the beach, sometimes with Jonathan, other times alone.After class, we would all eat lunch, then spend the afternoons swimming, reading or digging holes in the sand. Noa's birthday on June 10th broke up the ...
... them in the crowd of people pushing through the streets. After that the zipper of my pocket was open and my phone and Sinaras sunglasses which were in my other pocket were gone. A few seconds later Nicole found my phone on the street since the pickpocket must have dropped it in the process. This was certainly one of those unbelievable situations that only happen once in a lifetime. However, going out in this city has been fantastic ...
... But over the next few days we began to see another side of Salvador - we used one of Salvador`s two elevadors (elevators) to get to the lower city, went to a local market (bought nothing - very touristy) and ate Acaraje, a traditional northeastern Brazilian street dish originating in Africa, consisting of peeled black-eyed peas, formed into a ball, deep-fried in dende (palm oil), cut in half and stuffed with caruru, green and red tomatoes, fried shrimps and homemade ...
... 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 ...