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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we were about to walk down as they were bad streets where the Mafia were. I realise that I'm making it sound not so pleasant or safe but at no point did we feel unsafe. The old part of the city is really nice - more cobbled streets. There is a massive indoor market that we spent a considerable amount of time exploring and we purchased our first souvenirs. These have been posted home ...
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... an a hammock. It's just really awesome. I met her parents and her dad gave me some Brazilian chocolate. After we relaxed a little and changed, we went to the beach!
This beach is called Busca Vida and Vini drove us there. But first, we drove to this other area where the water is calm and it looks a little like Kensington if I was going to compare it to anything back home. Kensington with palm trees. But there were people out there paddle boarding, which Vini said ...
Fresh from spending the night in Brasilia airport followed by a 22-hour bus journey, we arrived in Salvador da Bahia and took to the lively, colourful streets of the colonial centre to celebrate the festival of Sao Joao with a few caipirinhas.
In 1549, a fleet of Portuguese settlers established Salvador. Built on a high cliff overlooking All Saints Bay it became the first colonial capital of Brazil. The city ...
... had my gold chain snatched, which really ****** me off as so many had tried and failed in the past,
I had come second this time, so it was a trip to the police station to get it reported, the police man looked worn out, I guess he had seen this so many times now, anyway he asked where, when, how many, what was taken, and wrote it all down, (even the police station was a depressing place, yellow walls, falling plaster and dim bulbs)