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Travel Blogs from Natal
... at Football League grounds rather than a World Cup stadium. With a few beers down us it barely bothered us and we managed to acquire four seats near each other. A lovely Dutch lady was sat in my seat and I didn't have the heart to point it out to her, so I left Grafite to chat with her as I sandwiched myself in next to Clean Shirt and a couple of lads from Chile on the row behind.
The first half was tight as predicted but we increased the entertainment of ...
... whenever they were in their spot in the hotel the WiFi was on the blink for all other guests as Skype calls back home to Accra were made.
As an alternative to being entertained by the loud Ghanaians we decided to spend a day going around the local sand dunes in a buggy, this included a driver much to our relief. The early start was made all the more manageable as the Boogie Buggy driver blasted out his playlist which he'd put some time and ...
Hi Friends! We are almost half way through our Great Trip to Brazil already. We are now in Natal for the World Cup football. Last night we went to our first game. The stadium was really big and looked cool. It was USA versus Ghana. USA scored in the first minute! At halftime we got popcorn. The USA fans next to us were really noisy and used lots of bad language. Mum ...
The moment we woke up the house was surging with excitement for the USA vs Ghana game! Everyone came out of their rooms sporting red, white and blue gear. Timi and Sarah brought all kinds of fun paraphernalia from flag necklaces that lit up to patriotic temporary tattoos. It felt like we were a tribe applying our warpaint, preparing for a fight! We wanted to get close to the stadium early to avoid the chaos, and found our little sandwich shop to have lunch and drinks and ...
We had two days to rest up before the big event....the USA vs Ghana game! This was a relief to all of us seeing we all needed the rest from the long travel days we went through to get here. Plus the rain continued to dump which gave us all an excuse to settle in and take things slow. Jorge was the only one brave enough to rent a car and drive in this country, so Timi, Jorge and I headed out to the grocery store to load up the fridge with food and drink, in hopes ...
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