Hotel 7 Colinas
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Olinda
... To be honest I much prefer the outside than the inside of churches. I like the buildings but all the gold and pictures of Jesus on the cross kind of freak me out a bit. So it was great fun just walking around and taking photos. I have been amazed by the graffiti art in the streets. I really enjoy photographing it. There are a lot of talented artists here in Olinda. It may not be to all of your taste but I'm sure you will agree it's pretty impressive. The houses here are ...
... the music and the dancing - enjoyed their anniversary performances about town.
Finally back in Olinda by 6pm, ready to see my preferred local musical style, Maracatu – tonight was the Night of the Silent Drums, when all the music falls quiet at midnight in a tribute to the African slaves that died – didn’t feel the need for that or a speech, so only hung out until about ...
... managed over 16 ways, but I stopped short at 12. The last day we took a day trip to Pipa, an absolutely beautiful beach and town where dolphins visit the bay! We took a boat trip to watch them and was lucky to see a very cute baby bottlenosed dolphin. I love dolphins so this was a very magical moment! After another afternoon on the beach and a beautiful meal (more prawns would you believe) we headed back to natal and caught the night bus to ...
... managed to knock us out of second place, and that we were going to the second round. A combination of elation and relief filled the stadium; everyone was satisfied--the German fans with their team's first-place finish, the Brazilians with the fact that they got to see a goal scored instead of a boring nil-nil tie and the American fans, of course, with their team's second-place finish. The game's end couldn't compare to the euphoria of the end of the final ...
... most of the celebrations. We did however find a few street dancers which with traditional african drums and percussions and witnessed a robery to which the brazilian police casually strolled over 15 minutes after the civilians had already dealt with the matter.
We only spent 1 night here in this small colonial town, as beautiful as it was, after uncooked chicken, robberies and no beaches we were ready to move on!