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Tag Archives: Travels in Brazil

Brazil 2014: What the People and Fan Fests Were Like (Travels In Brazil)

Posted on by Jameson Lam
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Maybe I left Brazil too soon.  I was wearing the same Brazil shirt that I had worn while watching their previous two knockout round matches.  This time, though, I was back in the US watching the Brazil-Germany game from a … Continue reading

Travels in Brazil: World Cup Matchday Experience in Salvador, Brazil

Posted on by Jameson Lam
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SALVADOR, BRAZIL – The day had finally arrived.  This was the whole point of booking a plane ticket less than a month ago and deciding to come down to Brazil at the last minute (besides, of course, the experience of … Continue reading

Travels in Brazil: Attending the FIFA Interactive World Cup at The Budweiser Hotel

Posted on by Jameson Lam
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RIO DE JANEIRO — Budweiser has taken over the five-star Pestana Rio Atlantica Hotel on the Copacabana beach and transformed it into the Budweiser Hotel by Pestana.  Throughout the World Cup, the Budweiser Hotel has partnered with numerous brands to … Continue reading

Travels in Brazil: Street Art Critiques of the World Cup [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Jameson Lam
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RIO DE JANEIRO — For those viewers watching World Cup coverage on television in the United States on ESPN and Univision, there has been hardly any coverage, if any at all, since the opening day regarding the protests against FIFA … Continue reading

Travels In Brazil: How I Became Brazil’s Good Luck Charm Against Chile in the World Cup

Posted on by Jameson Lam
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RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazilians have a reputation of loving soccer with a crazy passion that is unrivaled.  Based on my own experience here (at least after one day), that reputation is fully justified. We had just arrived into Rio … Continue reading