Hotel Sol Barra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... more to add to that answer. Anything with you guys. Just being with you all, even doing every day things, makes me extremely happy, and I want to soak it all in. At the moment it is looking like the next time I'll be in Brazil is when Vini and Carol are getting married, because I am poor, and also busy. So I just want as much time as I can have with you all, even if it is just playing games and guitar and joking in the house or taking walks on the beach. Adventure is ...
... passion and enthusiasm has to be admired, if a little out of place in a true football environment. With tickets still in hand we headed back in the direction of the stadium to find TTB and Clean Shirt, we were met with scores of people trying to sell tickets for any price they could get and it became clear we weren't going to make any money on our extra tickets.
As we wandered round looking for a buyer we eventually got an offer, half of the face value for ...
... and rainforests. I could prove to be quite an asset at future trivia nights!
The boys - my four table mates plus a half dozen other Aussie football fans they've befriended - held their own bathrobe party one night, appearing throughout the ship at various venues. I assisted Derryn in a cha cha class - I have to say it was very distracting dancing with a tall good looking guy who's robe kept opening in front of me. Not complaining - just saying ...
... is so vibrant and colourful (and noisy!) no photos could do it justice.
Salvador does have it's darker side though. Lonely Planet warned us that if we are going to get mugged anywhere in Brazil it will be in Salvador (luckily we didn't!) and in the main tourist centre there is a heavy presence of tourist police. This makes you feel safe whilst in the centre but very wary (possibly unnecessarily so) as soon as you leave it. We were also ...
We arrived in Salvador at 8am and got our baggage from claims after clearing customs. The temperature here is 78 degrees. We exchanged US money for Brazilian Reals at the exchange. The exchange was about $1.00 US equals $2.32 Reals. We met our ride which was a van. "Oh Boy!" what an experience as there are no stop signs or speed limits here. We rode to the Motel Rey and entered through a tall gate area. We arrived about 9am and had a meeting about 9:15 to ...