In 1986 I was living in Salvador da Bahia, the old capital of Brazil, learning Portuguese. I spent little time in the classroom. There was a beach at the end of the street. And scattered all round the city and in the shanty-towns beyond were the temples of Candomblé, the Afro-Brazilian religion of …
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