Via dos Corais Hotel
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... home back. And of course my family and friends and the familiar routine of my everyday life. But I don't WANT to leave at all. I love them more than I can put in words. And everyone in this country has been so warm and accepting and awesome. Being 100% truthful, I feel as though I have more friends in this country than in my own. I don't know how that should make me feel, but right now the only thing I have is utter sadness and ...
... the main one who decided to go back) "Is it going to rain?" "Vini, will it rain?" "Is it going to rain, Vinicius?" And finally Vini turned around and went " I DON'T KNOW, DAD, I AM NOT GOD!" (Keep in mind, this was all in Portuguese) And Carol and I laughed and laughed. Sassy boy. Carol told me that she is like a tourist here too, they dont come often, so I wasn't alone. Projeto Tamar is a sea turtle rescue, education, and conservation group. They have many ...
... around for forty minutes to see what would be the opening act (I was not expecting U2!)I could not help but notice the stark contrast that this place was compared to Salvador.Here i was exposed to a plastic environment carefully controlled , well policed,an easy place to spend your money,small enough to keep contained.I actually looked for beggars and low lifes but there were none.We were all of us safe and cocooned.We all know these environments,it is what we ...
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 ...