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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... no hill like a Salvador, Bahia hill…!” Steep though they were, they were stunningly picturesque. And so was the view from Gabrielle’s apartment. You could see the bay and the town as if it were something out of a picture book. All of Salvador is picturesque it turns out. Andrea loved the sidewalk designs. My back, however, didn’t always love the cobblestone streets and sidewalks. I learned that cushiony shoes were a must. But ...
... then fate intervened and we ended up in possibly one of the more random places of the trip! It was by a bizarre set of events and the insistent hand of the travel god! We got to the bus station back in Natal, ready to buy our tickets to Recife - 5 hours away, and then from there we'd travel overnight to Salvador. As we got to the queue Jean said "should we not just go direct to Salvador?" So we changed queues to get a long distance bus all the way to Salvador. After some struggling ...
... as Eli has come to truly respect and admire this man.
After Eli's special handshake with Lua, their two hour morning ritual of Capoeira class would begin, filled with music, samba and Capoeira. Eli has not only become quite comfortable playing any of the main instruments used in Capoeira, including the berimbau, pandeiro, atabaque, agog˘, and the reco-reco, but can also dance a mean samba. Lua speaks not a word of English so their communication is ...
... Eventually I managed to locate one girl that spoke basic English and I am pleased to say she was our knight in shining armour. She arranged our taxi and advised us to organise a police escort from our taxi to the door of the hostel to ensure our safety and that of our luggage amongst the maddening crowds of the carnival, being that our hostel was right at the beginning of the strip where the bands kick off their parades. However by the time we pulled up to our hostel ...
Breakfast at the hostel. Very nice coffee and fruits. Then we walked until santo antonio to see the largo and church. Our main point was to go to bonfim church.. It was a bit far so he had to take a bus thru the favelas and it was so much traffic jam. We were a bit afraid but in the end it was ok. We asked some people how to go there and evrybody was super friendly. After this we decided to go to campo grande.. We took again the bus.. And we missed the place.. So ...