Hotel Porto do Zimbo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... following night. It also meant a police ship arrived the following day and parked itself up. Anyways, we weren't actually there when it happened and it didn't stop us enjoying our time. So the following day we boarded our speedboat and went off to enjoy ourselves. We visited 2 'pools' - areas of the sea that are quite shallow and really calm as they are surrounded by coral. We did ...
... fiery confidence of giving that spirit a voice.
That spirit just emanates from these black, bronze, beautiful bold people who have come a long way.
I touched it, I got beneath the surface of it all. I dance and dance speaks to me. The most profound gets conveyed without the need for words. There is no language barrier for the expression of the spirit.
By my fourth day, it was time to say goodbye. I couldn't wait to get to Rio de Janeiro.
... the population to under 40 percent. Consequently, inflation is extremely high and prices for many things are now considerably higher than in the U.S. and Canada. High rise condominiums and apartments are popping up everywhere. Four years ago you could buy a large beachfront condominium for somewhere around U.S.$50 per square meter. Today, similar apartments sell for over $300 per square meter.
Brazil is the largest Catholic country the world. As ...
Many important aspects of Brazilian culture originated in Bahia, and Salvador played an important role in the process.
Today we went to Pelourinho in the late afternoon to look for a hairdresser but we spent some time on an impromptu tour of the city observing some of this culture playing out.
Pelourinho in the evening has a unique atmosphere, on the edge and charged with expectation, expectation ...
... many places off the beaten track. We saw the main tourist areas in Pelourinho, but it also gave me the chance to see the ghetto parts of Salvador which i wouldn't have been able to see otherwise. Salvador is a beautiful if a little run down city, but that just adds to it's history and charm. Plus wherever you are in the city, the beats of the drum aren't far away. That evening was a complete washout. Max and i spent the entire evening chilling in one restaurant as it ...