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Breakfast not til 8am so went to see the old fountain, the
old fort and the old farol (lighthouse) which unfortunately is closed – still there
are good views from near there in both directions. Another whistlestop tour but
with less than 24 hours on the island, it needs to be.
Got the 11.30 fast boat to Salvador, snagging one of the ...
... the Americas. Nonetheless, like most places in the Americas, the wealth has been maintained in the hands of those of European decent. Yet what is also perplexing, is that despite the disparity, Brazil is also one of the few places in the Americas that have claimed, acknowledged and embraced their African Ancestry and the contributions of people of African descent. Or at least they have done it far more than most places, and especially the United States. ...
... 8217;s National Cocktail, the Caipirinha. I had a couple in an attempt
to acquire a fondness for the expected Samba Music concert tonight and
tonight ended up being a dance night. It is a friendly little pub and
was quickly chatting with travelers from all over the world, many on
extended multi-year adventures. The bartender was from Boston working
there in exchange for a free place to stay for a couple of months. there
was a woman whose ...
... a metro to our hostel. I think the metro is the largest in the world and it is also extremely clean, modern and efficient and many subway stations look like air-port terminals, including the travelators (flat escalators) between connecting lines.
We got a little bit lost on the way to the hostel and needed to pull out the map twice. Within a couple of seconds each time, someone had stopped to help us. I Googled some information on Sao Paulo and apparently it was voted the ...
... however, it was out of order. I didn’t fancy climbing all the way up in the heat and the humidity, so we just went a little way up then decided to see if we could buy some postcards and find a post office, as we hadn’t had the chance to send any cards from Recife.
We managed to find a little kiosk and bought half a dozen postcards but no stamps; not to worry ...