Pousada Villa Carmo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... capital in the heyday of the slave trade. This was noticeable almost straight away with the high proportion of ‘black’ population. Amelia, our Brazilian friend who shares our dinner table explained that Brazil is more or less 50/50 white/black population. However, the further north you travel, the percentage changes drastically to, in some areas, 30/70 in favour of black population. Although there is no distinct evidence of discrimination in Brazil, most of ...
... 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:
... connect, so people from favelas come, who are poorer, so that makes it also dirtier? It's still an amazing place. Not like anything I've ever seen before. The tides started coming up so we never made to to Carol's. We turned back early and still got our shorts soaked. Whatever, it was really fun.
Back at the house we all showered and changed to go to the movies. Vini and Carol had a date for their one ...
... We will see in the next couple of days if we can get Atlantis sea worthy in the foreseeable future. Today being Sunday even less chance of getting any response from the Brazilians so we went for a long walk along the beautiful Bahia coast and had lunch at the next door yacht club. Very important to keep chin up and have fun against the ...
... is no more prevalent than when on vacation), a purchase from one of the art stores (I forgot to carry the correct wallet, we use two, one for day time and one for night tine, and so the purchase was preceded by a return trip back to the Pousada, the hills really taking their toll on us by that stage) and an evening drinking session in the street where I was doing my best to request things in Portuguese (as ever) and failing terribly, much to the amusement of ...