Vila Gale Salvador
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... Chao but did warn me it was quite expensive. Maybe it was the World Cup Final, maybe it was the beer but I'd taken on a devil may care attitude.
When my cab pulled up I realised the place was quite posh but, they let me in wearing an Arsenal shirt and German flag make-up on my face. Maybe they assumed I was Deutsch and did 't want to spoil my night. I sat alone, engorging myself with cut after juicy cut of the world's finest BBQ. But I was too drunk ...
... village' but how he came to that conclusion was beyond any of us.
Confused about what we had just been shown we made our way to the next 'site' on the tour, via a kid playing with his pet tortoise, which drew some snaps from excitable Americans who couldn't believe they'd seen a 'turtle.' We came to a stop on a steep hill and stopped the Friday afternoon traffic getting through the narrow road as Pedro started talking about a building which in his words ...
... the colour of the skin of its inhabitants, you can hear from the music, you can tell it from traditions such as capoeira itself or from a gospel-like mess in one of the many churches of the city.
We read and heard a lot of bad things about Salvador, that this is probably the most dangerous place in Brazil and that if we were going to be robbed in this country it would have happened here. But honestly we only met very nice and kind people. Unfortunately, the ...
... of which was pregnant. Due to the education and
support from Animal Viva these locals realise it is in the best interest for
the animals to be neutered and that if not done now it is very hard to break
the pregnancy cycle. Margaret was again very useful in giving post-operative
instructions in Portuguese, with the occasional reference to the dictionary and
hand gestures, and by the end Caroline and I felt we had also picked up a bit
of the ...
... itinerary. When Christine introduced the Captain and said the words “on board our own beautiful ship Canberra…” her voice wobbled with a little bit of emotion. ”Sorry… it always gets to me” she said, but I’m sure there were others in the audience who knew exactly what she meant. I always feel like that at the mention of RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 or, as ...