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BEAUTY AND THE BEAT
There is no doubt about it, Brazil is beautiful! The people are beautiful, the scenery is beautiful and soccer in Brazil is absolutely lovely! The soul of the game is certainly being preserved during this world cup, but the experience surrounding the games have been equally beautiful as well. And being a product of U.S. Soccer, it has been absolutely precious to see the success of our team. Despite the ...
... After dropping Jean-Marc off at the airport, we attended a Couchsurfing Esperanto lesson as day turned into night and the streets, which were already lively started producing organised and impromptu music and fabulous food.
The next day I met Steffen, a German guy who was looking to buy a ticket. I had one spare, so we met up. It turns out that Steffen and I had actually already been at 14 World Cup games together, over every World ...
... to celebrate and party. The whole area around the Fanfest was packed with people drinking, dancing and celebrating the victory of Brazil loudly and happily despite frequently occurring rain. Day and night are passing by very fast just by being in the street and meeting people from different countries (mainly Brazilians though). The curiosity of the people here is fantastic and the friendly and open way of integrating foreigners is simply ...
Thinking of this
you keep repeating you miss
The rhymes from the microphone soloist
And you sit by the radio
hand on the dial tune
As you hear it pump up the volume...
(Eric B & Rakim, I Know You Got Soul)
The first few days was hit and miss in my venture to uncover the soul and unearth that world cup vibe. But as I have found out, a world cup never fails...we ...
... just need to know your destination. You just can ask people on the street and as helpful as they are they always tell you where to go and which bus to take but sometime is just doesn't work out ;) but most of the time you really can rely on them. I don't remember the ways to get somewhere anymore just the basics and then go there where the people tell me to go...a lot of brazilians do likewise though.
But this day it didn't work out at all so we needed like four hours to ...