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... Na de Samba en het feestgedruis in ‘Salvador’ ben ik samen met Chris (UK) en Laura (Colombia) naar ‘Lencois’ getrokken. Een klein dorpje eveneens in de staat ‘Bahia’ bekend om zijn nabijgelegen nationale park ‘Chapada Diamantina’. Zoals gewoonlijk hadden we weer geen verblijf vastgelegd en bij aankomst bleek hier net het jaarlijkse festival aan de gang. Gevolg, geen slaapplaats en wij met pak en zak weer de ...
... It is a rock formation so my use of the word impressive may come as a surprise, but it really was. There are about 30 or so huge boulders, most spherical in shape resting on a sloping rock base. Some look like they could be pushed and rolled down the hill. We spent the afternoon wandering though the rocky giants and taking pictures until the sun went down.
On the road again the next morning the trip was beginning to feel like we would ...
... less adventures. you start feeling at home.
But I am working on that, specially when I realize my time here is limited.
I have to say, sam inspired me to start this blog. He is this british guy randomly met in iran. He was traveling around on his bicycle. I admire that.
Anywho, Salvador, the city of women as they say. well it comes from an article, so it's not very well popularized. and to be specific it doesn't have anything ...
... slept a few hours because we'd both try and sleep and then, oh the news from both ends, more news, more gossip, more laughter.
The other great thing is the lovely Mina Waks is here. When I started dancing, Mina was dancing with Jose Prates. Jose was my teacher and mentor, sadly passed on a few years ago, and we both miss him very much. He taught all the major dancers and teachers in Sydney in the latin field. He was a great man.
... was an absolute must on our itinerary.
Salvador is located in the northern state of Bahia in Brazil. It was the first area in Brazil to be colonized by the Portuguese (back in the 1500’s), was the first capital of Brazil, and is hugely influenced by African culture due to the slaves that were brought here in the 1500’s. All this makes for a crazy, chaotic but beautiful city full of the happiest people on earth.
It was Sean’s 31st birthday when ...