Club Med Itaparica
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... litle glimpse of Bahia inspiration. In the end of the day, we went down to lower city (cidade baixa) using the Lacerda Lift. We end the day eating a peanut Sorvete (ice cream) in the lift view point on the upoercity part. For The dinner, we toke a Bus to the Largo Da Matiquita in the other side of Salvador. We ate soups and pasteizinhos sorroubded by a vibrant square full of energetic Brazilians. Later, we returned to the center, give a small ride in pelô and back to ...
Spent the day prepping for the next leg to Racife including scrubbing Atlantis bottom which has developed some growth in these tropical waters today 27 degrees C but a bit green to encourage swimming. It is supposed to get better as we travel North. We will sail back to Salvadore tomorrow clear out and provision Monday and sail ...
... it was Carnival so walking around stark naked wasn’t as frowned upon as it otherwise might have been).
There are three big parades happening in Salvador and the hotel staff suggested that we grab tickets for the one in the Bahia area because that’s the one the very cool dudes and dudettes attend. You can join two million new friends along the route for free (not sure I ever believe the published parade counts but there were definitely samba bobbing ...
... daily quotas of 400 cigars. These women were beautifully dressed, diligently executing their craft which would be later sold for great profit for the enjoyment of rich Europeans. As in many post-colonial societies, time passes but some things never change. Exploiting his intimate knowledge of the place, out guide secured permission for us to go into a store room behind the office. There, we saw a personal collection of several beautifully frames pictures of ...
... Spanish and I can make myself somewhat understood. I’m sure it seems like I’m a bit obsessed with language, but it’s kind of ever present in my mind. In my opinion, there are four levels of foreign language knowledge:
This is what I had in Asia. Every time I switched countries, I would learn the words for "Hello", “Yes”, “No”, “Thank you” and “A beer, ...