Slow Travel Experience
“Nowhere else in the world sensuality, orality, happiness and inclusion exist in such a flaming sythesis. Brazilians live sensually with intense serenity. I see “orality” as the openess to express one’s feelings, it is to speak about them. As for inclusion I understand it as the willingness to welcome the other, by living together in harmony, sincretically, with all races in the world and Gods from heaven. Each of these things get even lighter thanks to the perennial welcoming attitude and natural happiness, expressed through the body, the musicality and the dance.” Domenico De Masi
Bahia Experience - Slow travel
(Italiano) I Parchi del Nord Est
Bahia life - Reconcavo Experience - Slow travel
(Salvador, All Saints Bay, Iguape Bay, Cachoeira, Saint Antony Farm Hotel)
1st day – Sunday – Salvador
Airport of Salvador Luis Eduardo Magalhães. Reception by our guide and transfer to Pestana Hotel Convento do Carmo, the first luxury historic hotel. The old convent of Carmelites, located in Ladeira do Carmo, Pelourinho, It was built in 1586, [...]
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Our travellers' emotions
“Martn’alia…..us in the car, the wind of Salvador, this is our Brazil.
Saudade…accompany the preparations for the trip, that beyond enthusiasm, ignores the experience that I will live.
Their trip….my trip. Re-make it in the perfumes, in the smiles of who, companion of adventure, you gave us a piece of your life, gave us a little corner [...]”
“Stupendo, sorprendente, emozionante!!
…l’anima sensuale di Salvador, il sorriso straordinario e disarmante di Meyre, la musica di Geronimo, la messa afro cantata alla Igreja do Carmo…
…”la coda” per l’ultimo cafezinho da Dona Ana sulla piazza “principale” di Mangue Seco e gli incomparabili “vermelhos” accopagnati da alcune…caipirinhas (roskas).
Il tutto frutto di cura, attenzione [...]”