Club Med Itaparica
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... just bursting in the seams with the energy and the heat emanating from all the dancing you could almost physically feel it clobbering you.
I was tempted to walk out and gulp a breath of smokeless air, but remained seated. I had to remind myself to be respectful -- or at least not to attract bad luck. That was another ninety minutes wait. By 10:30 when I thought everything was over, we were offered fruits and plates of local food for supper. Like the ...
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 ...
On a typical cold and rainy day here in England I started scrolling through the
volunteer section on the World Veterinary Service (WVS) website and decided it
was about time I took part in another project. Previously I have spent a month
volunteering for The Esther Honey Foundation in The Cook Islands and for Maun
Animal Welfare Society in Botswana as part of my travels. I now have a permanent
full time nursing position in Hertfordshire and ...
... of the elevator building. As we exited the elevator I turned and took a photo of the elevator operator who was beaming with pride that he had completed yet another journey to the top.
Our first sight in the upper city was Palacio Rio Blanco which was the seat of government during the days of colonial rule. We were now in the historical Section of Salvador. We were also in the heart of the Carnival celebration area which was occurring nightly for the next ...
... 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 ...