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... else. This food was so expensive and see now realise why we should never listen to the booklets for places to eat. Always chat to the locals. Now were back in the apartment watching the football and listening to a pretty violent domestic going on outside. We're not too sure what to do apart from not get involved but it's hard to hear this going on and not knowing what to do about it. Anyway, I'm off to bed. Buenos nachos yo!! ...
... it and it has antiseptic properties but it has what looks like PVA glue (Gloup) in it and is just plain mad. I have become General of the mozzie killing army and took out over 55 today a personal best. I may have lost the plot at one point as I sat there like a ninja with a Rambo stare plucking mozzie’s out the air and squashing them. This could be the beginning of my demise, spiralling into a demented Apocalypse Now like state. Watch this space to find ...
... striped shirts and berets completed the look. A-plus for patriotic costume, though they appeared to be at the wrong game.
We basked in the pre-game excitement, soaking up the fan spirit, appreciating the gregarious Brazilians and downing beers to calm our nerves. We knew this match was crucial, and the atmosphere outside the stadium was electric. I've been to a lot of U.S. soccer games by now (thanks, Dennis!) and have never experienced ...
Today we ventured back to the fan zone to watch Brazil. No shops or restaurants were open, the entire city closes up shop to watch the football. As there are 6 of us, Jarred and Mikey opted for a mototaxi and let the other 4 catch a taxi. The fan zone is half an hour away, so was a long, fast, very sketchy ride on the back of a motorbike, swerving through cars and in between buses wearing just a singlet, ...
... of one month. The hair on the back of my neck tingles when I think about sitting in the Maracana stadium on the 13th of July with 77,000 other people. We have along way to go before that becomes a reality and with no great expectations that one of the final teams will be England we decided to enjoy watching them while we could. We have a spare ticket to every game and so it has become dad's monthlong mission to befriend every sod without ...