All roads lead to... the beach (cycling Bahia!)


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May 18th 2014
Published: August 10th 2014
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My dad and I left Salvador with a pinch of sadness. It had been the perfect introduction to Brazil for us with the beach culture around the colorful historical center (Portuguese heritage), lively music on cobblestone, Afro-Brazilian rhythm mixed with capoiera, modern buildings laid out next to intriguing favelas, and a great combination of local smiles and happy tourists. The city had treated us ... Read Full Entry



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the beach is all ours on this sidethe beach is all ours on this side
the beach is all ours on this side

the weather wasn't great but still, why does everyone go to the same beach?
not a bad life!not a bad life!
not a bad life!

my nose almost looks short on this picture!
cycling on the beachcycling on the beach
cycling on the beach

it's not good for our bikes but it's so much fun!
stuck!!!stuck!!!
stuck!!!

soft sand!
the end of the road = the end of the beach for us in Morrothe end of the road = the end of the beach for us in Morro
the end of the road = the end of the beach for us in Morro

We'll cross this river tomorrow to get to Boipeba
sunset on Ilha da Tinharesunset on Ilha da Tinhare
sunset on Ilha da Tinhare

hanging out on the beach, cooking dinner while the sun sets
where we pitched our tentwhere we pitched our tent
where we pitched our tent

Dad's happy! He had a good night of sleep on soft sand



10th August 2014

want to do a bike trip as well
Your journey and your blog is making me want to do the same kind of bike trip a bit more every time I read your new blogs ;) Nice beaches and wild camping are the best!

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