Pousada Villa Carmo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Pousada Villa Carmo Salvador
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... 4 years to get him to buy! We saw a young man get arrested in the piazza, not sure what he did, armed police were prevalent and I felt safer knowing our new back pack is thief resistant and metal straps and webbing, making it impossible to have it cut off my back.
Salvador is the capital of the state of Bahia and was the first major port and the capital of colonial Brazil for almost 2 ...
... surfers. Barra's waterfront is lined with bars and restaurants and is well lit at night, but it gets a bit sleazy in the later hours. DoYou'll find a huge variety of things to do in Salvador. Some of the popular activities include:
... away with anything when you look a bit German.
The next morning I switched hostels to my preferred choice just a minute down the street. I hated that random hostel. The sheets were covered in plastic. They didn't have any drinking water and the toilets were blocked. Why do people stay in places like this. My new hostel was so much nicer and the people were cool too. Met a half american, half scouse girl (with the accent to match) and an English guy and ...
... The moving party was essentially a never-ending stream of customized flat bed trucks that were transporting two story speaker systems with a band perched precariously on the top- if you really like a particular band (and have lost most of your hearing anyway) you can buy a ticket/T-shirt and walk inside a roped off area that surrounds the truck- the heavy ropes are carried by an army of security people that try to maintain order. Since neither option held much appeal for ...
... festival (named after a local muso, who promised to hold a concert for the locals every Tuesday if he made it in the music industry), where we again ran into fellow travellers and a great night in the infamous Pelo!
With a tinge of sadness, we are onto the last leg of our trip, coasting down south to Rio. The water is warm, the capirinhas are cold and the beach is calling.
Josh and Ben.