Via dos Corais Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Praia do Forte
... a new car. I'd pay for college and then travel everywhere I want to go, and bring all my friends and family with me. (And help people. But that's a different thing I don't need to get into here and now.) That would be THE LIFE! Anyways, Nati was bugging me today about how I "want" to leave, because she read my last blog post. Even if I did come off that way, it's not really true. And I know she knows that too. I want my little ...
... out we weren't going to church. We got our bathing suits on, packed up, and got in the car to go to this beach that Vini had told me about already, Praia do Forte. Nati stayed at our friend's house for a bit, and Diogo had volleyball while Mr. and Mrs. Rosaneli, Vini, Carol, and I went on our way. The drive was a tad long, but Vin was playing some Michael Buble, Jason Mraz, Bob Marley, Ray Charles, and the like. And for a lot of it you could see the ocean and palm ...
... an afternoon siesta (although some would say that is not unusual for me).Prior to that though i had made the effort to stroll into town to do some necessary admin duties. Exchange some money and buy some beer and beer snacks!I rolled into another translation issue on my return to the reception desk.One of the girls called over to me and told me something that totally flew over my head.I can tell you,post translation what it was; “Excuse me Mr Nick,on ...
Just up the coast road from Salvador is Praia de Forte which is a very up market resort - we stayed at the campsite 3k from town. To get to the beach we walked down jungle clad lanes and across an airstrip - the horses were grazing so we reckoned there were no incoming flights due!
The town has a lovely shopping area on the way to the beach and the turtle reserve. ...
... we learn about them in class (the name of my apartment building, for example, is Orixás Center, [orixás are deities]).
We also went to mass at a sincretic church, a mixture of Catholicism and candomblé, which was really interesting to see. They accompany their hymns with drums which beat out rhythms that differ greatly from those of more traditional Christian churches. After that, we went to a live concert in the Historic ...