Monte Pascoal Praia Hotel Salvador
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMonte Pascoal Praia Hotel Salvador
This is a great hotel,modern,good wi fi,good breakfast.Pool is small but adequate.It is quite far from the Historical centre and the area is heavily policed for tourists.There is an edge in the air at night that it is not that safe an area,so dont walk on your own at night and stick to well lit areas where other people are about.Restaurants near by.Hotel overlooks the beach,very windy.
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Travel Blogs from Salvador
Had an early night to make an early start to Rio Vermehlo for the Yemanja annual celebrations – got there before 7.30, and it was still busy. Yemanja is one of the Candomble goddesses and people were dressed in white and turquoise. They launched offerings into the ocean, some from boats, vessels shaped like boats, or just tossed them into the surf from the rocks – it all got immediately washed ashore, leaving the ...
... and took pics of them and some of the musicians, etc. Although they invited us to take part in the parade, we had a host family dinner scheduled that evening in the favelas so had to decline.
Sunset Drink and Host Family Dinner
Before setting out for a dinner with a local family, we took in the sunset at a local lighthouse and had drinks.
The host family dinner is usually one of the key highlights of Overseas Adventure ...
... s and Eliseo texted me to let me know all of the pictures he took were in my Dropbox so I spent the next few hours updating this blog and inserting the photos. Then Paulo returned with Diego and we spent a few hours exchanging music and they educated me on Brazilian music. It was fascinating to discover so much new music in one sitting. Then I played some Brazilian bossa nova jazz for them, which I think they enjoyed hearing from a foreigner. We also talked about ...
... it was under renovation. Maria, a Portuguese woman doing a doctorate on Bahian culture was very welcoming however and we talked for about an hour on all things art in Bahia. After she showed us around the workshops (they hold painting, gardening, printing etc classes every week and people can use them for free) and showed us a great view of a small favela perched just above the sea, we headed back towards Pelourinho. Although we didn't see much art we did learn quite a bit ...
This is my last morning in Brazil and I am up at 6 AM. We were loaded on a bus to go to the airport after having our breakfast of watermelon, fried egg and biscuit. It took us about 30 min. to make it to the airport.
After we got there we all got in line but one of the attendants for the airlines told Claude and I that we were old enough and had one bag each to check so we were sent to a no waiting line to check in. It only took us about 5 ...