Ondina Apart Hotel
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- Adult pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in roses, cologne bottles, bars of soap, mirrors, beads and other offerings. The offerings are often blessed before despatch in an Orixa ritual involving alcohol consumption and generally throwing it around the gathered company – beer, cachaša and cider, one after the other. Wish enough had been thrown to damage the cameras of some very annoying photographers who kept putting their cameras in the faces of the ...
... and this one was no different. Patricia, the host mom, spent the better part of an entire day preparing an excellent several course meal of typical Bahian specialties and served it with her mother and daughter present. Her husband and son were still working and could not attend.
The favela is a poorer area typically built on a hillside and is basically squatters who claim land, then build on it. The houses have no space around them and the walls of ...
... the religion made from a blend of the African slave religions and Catholicism... Sound familiar? It's similar to voodoo. After discussing about Salvador a bit, we came to the conclusion that Salvador is essentially Brazil's New Orleans. The religion, culture, food, architecture, music... All sounded like everything I have ever heard about New Orleans. I could already tell I was going to love this place. My plan is to move to New Orleans when I get back from this trip. ...
... art culture there! After a very late lunch we sorted out transport for the next day and enjoyed some more live music in the evening. Music is everywhere here. Early brekkie and then to the port to catch our boat to the island Morro de São Paulo. Usually only a two hour boat ride but due to rough seas we had to take a boat, then a bus, then a boat. Not wanting a repeat of previous sea sickness we popped some pills and slept the entire journey, apparently much to the ...
... between all the games. And if you are in Northeastern Brazil, I’d highly recommend getting out of the cities and into a smaller beach community. The two we went to were Praia de Pipa and Praia do Forte. Both are between an hour and two hours outside the city (Pipa is near Natal and Praia do Forte near Salvador). Both are small, much more chill than the big city, and both have beautiful beaches. Praia do Forte’s beach in the town is ...