Club Med Itaparica
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... even more live Brazilian music. I swear I'm in heaven. I hung out there attempting to talk to people ( not many English or Spanish speakers there) until around 2 am and then took a cab back. I had no cash and when we stopped at a gas station the machines wouldn't accept my card. It's amazing meeting good people like my cab driver Marcos. He drove me home anyway and then we exchanged information so I could pay him the next day. He told me, in broken English, "I just ...
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 ...
... 8217;t just hook themselves up to a large intravenous bag and eliminate the time wasted lifting the beer can to their lips. Cans were crumpled and tossed into the street where an army of homeless types would swoop in and bag the scrap metal (melting these cans down would probably allow you to build an aluminum bridge to Rio!!)
-Law enforcement that almost stole the show. A single file of heavily armoured coppers would march up and down either side of the parade route- ...
... 20 and are aged from 50 to 108 years old. Can you imagine it, 108 years old freedom fighters still active and working on a daily basis to preserve the culture and freedom of African people? Brazil is truly unique in this respect, and this is the reason that Cachoeira holds a special place in the heart of Africans in Bahia and Brazil in general.
Brother Valmir spoke with an emotion that demonstrated that he was living the life and had a deep knowledge ...
... to their brothers and sisters in the south. But that's not to say that they don’t fully embrace both sides of their heritage; indeed, they say that if you are a tourist, you go to Carnaval in Rio. If you are a local, you come here, to Salvador. Unfortunately, I just missed Carnaval this year, but since one of my dearest friends, Joanna, is a samba dancer, I’ve had a taste of the shimmy experience with her (albeit in not quite the same ...