Olinda is the other side of the river from Recife and well worth a visit as it’s a UNESCO world heritage site.
It may start with great views from the top of the hill.
But then there’s fantastic colours…
… buildings: monastery, convent, bar, observatory…
Art of all shapes, sizes, styles and more
Great street food
Tapioca with frango and catupiry (chicken and local cheese)
A great day out with the guys visiting an amazingly vibrant place.
3 thoughts on “Recife Recap – part 2: World Heritage”
This is a lovely montage, it really speaks to me. You are right about the colours, I particularly like the masks and of course the food reportage. All good here, Stell xx
Hi Honey, beautiful place! I love the look of it. No shark attacks I assume? Have fun, I love you, xxxx
Love the ‘collage’… Nick: do the colours have a meaning? In Curaçao, they also use those vibrant colors and, according to local legends, they have various meaning (luck, money, prosperity, good harvests, etc.)…