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... basically all of the places that aren't Pelourinho. First, we drove around the area of the Fonte Nova arena where they played some of the World Cup games. Then we went to Igreja do Bonfim, which is a very old, very interesting church. It brought together Christianity and old African religions. You know how Paris has the Pont des Artes (lock bridge), Seattle has the gum wall, and other places have their "thing", well, this is Salvador's thing. There are ribbons of different ...
... way better" in the US that people seem to be obsessed with. It's funny. While we were talking, I earned ao much more. It's great to be back with my friends. Mr. Rosaneli is always teaching me about Brazil and tries to hard with his English, I really appreciate it. Also, in talking, I suspect another reason Dio wanted to go was because he knew he could take great photos there. Just like he told me that him and Vini want to and are planning a trip to Thailand because ...
... world and a peaceful ending to life, filled with accomplishment. Thus, the church's name, Bom Fim, Portugese for a good ending; and, our visit was a good ending to our Saturday.
Sunday was spent at probably the most depressing zoo we have visited in all of South America, Parque Zoobotanico Do Salvador. On Monday, we hit the Museu Afro Brasileiro and on Tuesday we eagerly packed up our bags, walked to the bus stop, ...
... 8211; good relationships!”. What an amazing woman!
Next stop was in the upper city and was to an area called Pelourinho. An area with cobble stoned streets and art deco styled houses. Many have been restored and it is a vibey area with street musicians, painters and other artists. Pelhourinho Square is known as the heart of Salvador and I counted 6 churches on its perimeter. Salvador has 365 churches apparently – one for every day of the year. ...
... br> tankers and cargo ships anchored in the bay.
I arrived at the other side greeted by cab drivers, tour touts and
Motorbike taxis offering me trips to the beautiful beaches that lie
beyond walking distance.
Of course, I started walking. First I walked around the little town to
see if there was anything of interest. There wasn’t. I walked along the
local beaches but they were quiet. So I broke down and ask a ...