Club Med Itaparica
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... so many cool things I wanted to buy as gifts for my family and friends but I can't travel with them because of the size and weight so I'll need to look into how much it'll cost to ship some lighter items. I also went to a bunch of Brazilian instrument shops where I played traditional instruments such as the berimbau, a one-stringed instrument tied to a gourd and a stick and played by adjusting the tension and whacking the string with a stick. Then I met up with ...
... for the other car but finally decided to go find him instead him instead of waiting. It was 6:36pm by then. At 7pm the lost car was found and we continued into Salvador. We arrived at about 9pm. Several people attended and performed. The group was very large, perhaps 100 people.
One of the Assistant Ministers asked for donations to buy supplies and equipment because the equipment they received was broken. About 10:45, we were presented to 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 ...
... time and had a lazy time. On our final day together (which was a very odd feeling) we decided to first visit Salvador's Pelhourino (historical centre), when we arrived we went to tourist information to collect a map and then tried to visit the Afro-Brasilieiro museum but quickly discovered that the churches and museums we had come to visit were all closed. We took a ride on the famous elevator in the area which connects the upper and lower city (and saves you a ...
... of Good Death.
We left Sao Felix and headed back across the Paraguacu via the narrow iron bridge to our 2:30 pm appointment with Brother Valmir, the caretaker of the Church of the Sisters of the Good Death. The church was closed but Valmir opened it especially for us. The sisters were preparing for an election the following day to decide the new administration of the sisterhood for the next three years, so they would not be coming out and we would not ...