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... about so much ease in today's era that you could book a ticket while getting on a taxi to the airport.
Here comes the "Big Guy" – BCD Travel. Something, we all have been waiting for and trust me, they did not fall short of our expectation. They had a beautiful 4 floor office with a spectacular view, open space for employees and there were many motivational quotes painted on the office walls. The team at BCD was well prepared – we ...
... bringing increased attention to soccer in many less privileged countries.
The museum explained all this through a mix of photos with narrative, items such as medals, footballs, trophies and news reel footage with text in English. I managed to strike a few poses next to a life size cut out of the great man with his arm raised in a striking stance although I have to admit, it looks as if I’m partaking in some bizarre line dancing move!!!
... Brazil) Team, forget the adults." "You need to play for me." "Play for me!" repeat X3.
#3 - Coca-Cola; Cope De Tudo Mundo (World Cup for Everyone)
I love sappy world-things. Coca-cola has translated this song into a bunch of different languages, and the commercial isn't actually focused on Brazil. I did find in interesting though, that where the English version says "The world is ours", the Portuguese version says "I want a goal." Go figure.
... and not Brazil, but still, those fifty feet between me and the Croatian charter bus is probably the closest I’m going to get to any of the World Cup players. I’ll take it. I wish you could see just how excited people get for these games. It’s wonderful. My ears are still ringing and I have a headache but it was totally worth it. I watch the next game in Rio, and I’m actually nervous about that one. It’s going ...
... of the sustainability projects that Natura has in place, as well as answered all of the questions that we had regarding the company and the products.
From there we headed back to São Paulo, and got stuck in the infamous São Paulo traffic. As we had dinner on our own that night, a bunch of us went to a local restaurant called Spot (after getting lost trying to find it - thank you Google Maps for finding our way back), where we indulged in Caipirinhas (the ...