Portobello Ondina Praia Hotel
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... Most visitors head for the coastal neighborhoods that cluster around where the bay meets the ocean.Salvador, Brazil has a tropical climate including rainforests and lush vegetation.A 100m cliff runs along the entire bayshore, dividing the city into Cidade Alta, up on the cliff, and theCidade Baixa down by the bay. The former features Pelourinho, the old city center that packs historical sites, colonial architecture, museums, restaurants, bars, hostels, ...
... out to dinner and to watch another game. I was still feeling relatively OK, and we had amazing pizza and some decent red wine. Good times. Pipa is a fantastic place for great food, if you happen to find yourselves on the shores of Brazil it's worth a visit. The beaches are nothing to be sniffed at either. You have to walk or get a cheap and quick transfer bus to get to the main beauty, but either way it's worth it. Framed by two orange cliffs is a +- 3km stretch of dazzling beach, ...
... game ever for Nataliya. Very close game, drove us crazy at the end. We were in the American supporters section and and oh man how crazy they are about their team, and what good supported they are, they absolutely took over the stadium. we were the only ones with some Brazilians cheering for the Red Devils an they did hate us a bit but in the end they still are very fair and congratulated us at ...
... morning we headed out late to get a bus to the seaside area of Barra, where we spent most of the day walking up and down alongside the beaches, watching people on the beach and groups playing football on the sand. We headed back to the old town after an incredible sunset for dinner, enjoying another local dish, fish moqueqa with all the trimmings (a type of stew), which was pretty fab. The following day was spent exploring the very touristy public market (Mercado ...
... the tour itself.
Tillman,a German from Munich,but a resident of Salvador for 20 years was more than happy to oblige.He lives in an apartment just down the road from the hotel and he turned up promptly 10 minutes prior to my pick up time.A firm handshake and a stiff posture assured me that the "German" had not been kicked out of him in his 20 years residence.Probably my age and as Aryan as they come,he soon relaxed as I cracked a joke about his German efficiency!