By Nicholas Storey, Contributing Reporter
BAHIA - Salvador is the capital of the state of Bahía and has an international airport with extensive connections to the rest of Brazil. Flights coming from North America and Europe are two hours shorter than those going to Rio de Janeiro. There are thirteen flights to Salvador per week from thirteen countries.
Salvador has an infrastructure typical of a modern city. It has a stunning historic center and is a major tourist destination, famous for its Afro-Brazilian culture and cuisine.
The area boasts one of Brazil's largest coastlines, stretching 932 kilometers. The . . .