Hotel Sol Barra
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Outdoor pool
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... hard to come by. Salvador Airport Transfer has a website that allows prebooking prior to arrival in Salvador, and claims to have English speaking staff, should you need to give them a call.By carRenting a basic car with air conditioning (100+ kilometers or KM free) costs R$ 110-140 per day, plus fuel. It's not hard to find your way accross Salvador avenues, but although people from Bahia have a reputation of being relaxed and easygoing, traffic is ...
... That'll learn me! First and last time I get pick-pocketed. No harm done. In fact I kind of like the way Salvador lived up to its reputation for me.
It was a fun night all the same and me and the half scouse girl got a cab back to our hostel where I slept back to front and awoke with a mother of a hangover, being asked to change rooms. As it happened I was moved to a nicer room and I still had a bottom bunk. Bonus. A further bonus was meeting ...
... just as abruptly stopping. We stayed of course, 3 sputtering candles, two happy kids and a bottle of wine. It was kind of late by the time we headed back and no more busses were running. So we walked and hitchhiked and swayed our way down the road. Apparently the über friendly Brazilians are a bit more cautious at night. After a really long time one car actually turned around and came back for us, yay! And they could speak English. Apparently the driver, on seeing we were gringos knew ...
... We walked around the Pelourinho for about 2 ½ hours. The churches are spectacular. Done in Baroque and Rococo style which much gold leaf. This was a very wealthy part of Brazil. Then Ken got to participate in a martial art known as Capoeira. This is an Afro-Brazilian art form. The interesting thing is that it originated in Africa, near Cape Verde where we had previously stopped. The enslaved Africans developed it further in Brazil and then it was ...
... even seen people buy jumble versions in 12 oz plastic bottles. I don’t even want to think
about how their nights turn out.
It was a long day of Salvador touring for us so we decided to make it an early night. But first, I stopped in at a friendly Hostel Pub that I found the night before, I only stayed for s beer and was sound asleep in my bunk by 10 or so.
I am not sure how long I had slept but was woken up later ...