By Stephanie Foden, Contributing Reporter
SALVADOR, BRAZIL – To rent or not to rent, that is possibly the most important question to consider before planning any trip to Salvador. With a flood of tourists heading to Bahia’s capital this upcoming high season, finding a place to stay can be difficult, but with hotel prices on the increase, other options are making themselves available.
Accommodation can fill up and prices tend to soar during New Years, Carnival and, of course, the forthcoming World Cup. In a city with a poor reputation for safety, people tend to opt for the security of . . .