Ondina Apart Hotel
- Indoor pool
- Kids pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Adult pool
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... was. Indeed the other English guy 'pulled' a Brazilian girl. Of course, she was a prostitute. They're all prostitutes, (in Salvador anyway). The Samba club, if you could call this brightly lit room that smelled of ****, a club, was good fun. It was mainly local guys and tourist girls dancing.
For some reason I decided that night, to bring my phone out with me, just for emergencies. I put it in my money belt, (gunt purse). At some point in the night I ...
... with the short distance between the stadium and our hostel as we were out of the taxi and walking the cobbled streets of Salvador just a couple of minutes later. Unfortunately we were accosted by an odd looking homeless man with no shoes who insisted on walking us the 100 yards or so from the taxi to the hostel for an extortionate fee, we paid him peanuts and got to our room.
The location of our hostel was ideal, overlooking one of the main squares and ...
... for blessing in a particular area or as a prayer. The Church of Bonfirm is viewed as a place of healing and people come from all over to place photographs of loved ones as a request for healing, inside a room allocated for this purpose. Outside more traditional African practises of healing take place. Personally I found the atmosphere quite oppressive and also thought it disrespectful for tourists to be crowding into the church taking photographs whilst people were ...
... recommended restaurant. Being determined to order a local speciality we took the waitress' recommendation of a local shrimp dish served in a coconut. What was served was the most singularly revolting concoction I have ever had the misfortune to have put before me. It resembled prawn rice pudding. Epic menu choice failure! The evening never really recovered from there... However the next day brought ...
Early morning outing into Salvador Bahia to retest and adjust the autopilot. Tomorrow is provisioning day and Tuesday we head up the coast so play day it is. Old Salvador is quite magnificent with beautifully maintained palaces and churches from the 17 and 18 century under Portugese and Spanish rule. Lovely little cobble streets and music ...