in every corner we ran across with a typical BAHIANA fortune teller.
it don't coast to much, and if yu are curious about yur future, well, just one step forward and she reads all that yu want to know . accurate or not, is for you to decide and ...believe.
in our visit to the indian reservation
they did show us theyr hunting "modus operandi" .
a dozen traps and with a wonderfull and engeneous skills we get to know quit a lot .
sure is a nice morning learning and knowing the habits of the pataxos " grandparents"
at the indian reservation we can walk an hunting trail and learn a lot about traps, about the tribe of pataxos culture wise and all other wise, from clothing to food habits and cooking. and the dificulties they experience nowadays with authorities and men of politics.
everybody knows if u know just a litle bit about brasilian culture
that capoeira is a very deep custom in Brasil.
they kinda have it within their skin.
almost a religion.
seeing it alive is a great experience.
don' t miss it...
Everyday different beaches offers shows and you should learn how to dance axé, and lambada....obviously you never can do it as well as they do.
When I went there ( Idon't know if this is the same nowadays....) the best beaches were: Barramares and Axé Moi...
.next to salvador , porto seguro carnaval is the best in bahia Brasil
lot of animation and lovely man and woman.