A Day in the Heart of Brazil

4a493d8423448a4b5440d5d346d078d0My Featured Bloggers this week are Maggie and Richard of Monkey’s Tale, “An Adventure Travel Blog.” And adventurers they are! Canadian writer Maggie and photographer Richard are avid climbers, skiers and hikers, so they spend lots of time in their own magnificent Rockies. But they’ve also traveled to pretty much every place else on earth, including Antarctica! Enjoy this photo essay of Salvador, the historic heart of Brazil.

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Colourfully painted heritage buildings surround the cobblestone square in the heart of Salvador’s historic centre. Whether you love to feast your eyes on old architecture, people watch in a lively square or have lunch in an outdoor patio, you will find all of that and more in this lovely Old Town.

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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7 Responses to A Day in the Heart of Brazil

  1. Thank you for featuring our Salvador post Mitch. We really appreciate it. Maggie and Richard

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  2. joyroses13 says:

    Oooh so many places I want to travel too! Thanks for sharing their post, so I can virtually travel. 🙂

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  3. pastorpete51 says:

    Oh we live Brazil and have many Brazilian friends. What a beautiful photographic display of this city!

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  4. Many thanx for sharing these photos and info, Mitch.

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  5. Discover and Explore says:

    Sensational pictures

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  6. #hood says:

    upload a day of heart in spain

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