Lanfranco B. entrepreneur, creative, with a passion for art and design.
My "landing" in Porto Seguro.
In December 1979 I arrived in Porto Seguro to visit a dear childhood friend that had taken refuge in this fishing village in search of peace and serenity. I then found out that in the 70’s Porto Seguro was a destination for hippies, that found in Trancoso and Arrajal d’Ajuda, two villages in Porto Seguro, such a flourishing nature that they abandoned the rhythm of the seasons to live a never ending summer. It was during that first visit that I found the old "Populi", a colonial house immersed in the hundred-year-old park of the Historical Citade. I was fascinated by the panorama, the sounds and the colours of its tropical garden: here they practiced Candomblé to maintain and develop Axé, through rituals, chants and dances to be in harmony with the world. There were groups that performed Capoeira, a fusion of dance, singing and martial art, born during times of slavery as a way t