Founded in Salvador da Bahia is one of the oldest cities in the new world it symbolizes the first good contact between the Portuguese, and the local Indians the actual site of first contact is south of Salvador where the Portuguese met a tribe known as the two panini camp the chance to do a little exploration today into the city's lesser-known shops reveal secrets of their own mr. Polo Oh make love attract like the most effective vocal aphrodisiac you want to ask me anything okay so. This is nature she's the owner here shop owners are friendly, and the range of product has seen in the nearby sound joe-akim market is impressive here locals will barter with visitors for goods all produced in Brazil.
This is sensory overload idea market life is packed with the details of day-to-day existence like getting a haircut Salvador's historic center is the site of the first slave market established in South America many afro-brazilians today trace their ancestry to those transported across the sea to labor in sugar plantations most of these ladies are related somehow to the gundam blend. So though we have the main house is the main tempos the stones used in these churches were quarried in Portugal transported by sailboat for thousand miles across the Atlantic so.
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This is the France the franciscans the significant ornamental building material of course was local gold.
Because Brazil had gold they're going to find a lot of this other churches in Salvador's historic district reward the offerings of the faithful the offerings are bahía ribbons left by locals, and visitors alike okay you tie the knot three times, and while you're tying the knot if you make a wish, and then you tie the other one for the fans of the church. I'm very spiritual internally. I've always happen.
I've always believed in projects of thinking. I've always believed in maybe because. I haven't had family, and children, and life hasn't been easy.
I believe that these things to keep the faith well off the beaten path is the och consciente community service center the goal is to keep children off the streets, and to prepare, and teach them the teamwork, and discipline they will need for the next step in their lives with this foundation of experience the children embrace opportunities that would otherwise not be available to them practicing to perform with a professional circus or training to compete on a Brazilian Olympic team or join an innovative dance company in a culture where a variety of dance has deep deep roots this martial art form known as capoeira emerged in the th century when slaves had a need to mask the skills of self-defence learning to fight was punishable by death but in the form of dance the same basic movements could be mastered Rio de Janeiro is famous for its picturesque beaches as well as the enormous statue called Christ the Redeemer feet tall the figure is perched atop the peak of Corcovado Mountain watching over the city below what's awesome is. How did it. How how. How it was a wonderful statue. I really enjoyed the train ride up the the guys were performing for us, and it was just a like. I read about you know the slavery, and the Portuguese but it truly is a delight that this country has handled its diversity, and blending.
So well, it's the atmosphere, it's the people here you have arriving that's when the adventure starts, and the Amazon from the Amazon River to the bustling markets of Salvador dive into the very best this country has to offer on a sensational adventure across Brazil a short train ride through the jungle leads travelers to discover a place that's been described as one of the new seven wonders of nature when First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt saw Iguazu she is said to have cried poor Niagara she was right this waterfall is twice as wide, and sixty-five feet higher than Niagara Falls landscape, and the view comparing with other waterfalls in the world is completely unique completely amazing, and that is why people from all over the world came to see this paradise when translated from the native Guarani language the name Iguazu means large water. I think the water is very beautiful, and very common about half the rivers flow falls into a long, and narrow chasm called The Devil's Throat it was raining all day all night incident. So, it's completely full of water why all the nice mist rises to well over feet here comes another one.
I'm good. I'm wet, it's amazing a full panoramic view of iguazú can be seen from Brazil across the border, and on the other side of the falls at the base of the falls the water becomes the rapids of the Iguazu River Canyon. I lived in Rio before.
I was much in love with you. I'm very passionate about it but. I decided to move to a smaller town in the coast, and that's why.
I live in policy loads of his fan base, and he says all the culture. I major in history University, and did my master's in International Studies because. I wanted to become a diplomat until.
I was and I discovered adventure travel and I discovered nature and I decided to shape my career towards that my favorite parts of the trip are both the combination of the culture in our historical cities like Rio, and são salvador, and the incredible nature that we will see both in the Amazon, and in the Pantanal one specific moment. I adore about our trips is the visits to the Grand Circle Foundation sites opening personnel service in the games are for years they wrote it up in this case we have a visit to an NGO which we call Arctic on CNG, and people get to interact with the children that attend that school, and also the teachers. I think it makes our trip very unique, it's in the middle of the very simple community of Salvador, and that makes it even more interesting for the people to see. How the surrounding area of the NGO is the thing.
I love the most of our o travelers is that they are always willing to take the extra mile or to leave their comfort zone into trying new flavors or new senses then go back home with something that has touched either their heart or their thirst their senses Brazil South America's largest country, and a region of jaw-dropping diversity home to the Amazon and, species of birds, and mammals from the coastal port of Rio de Janeiro to the Pantanal the largest tropical wetland in the world as to the range of people in Brazil today imagine who might you meet here.