In Brazil, all you dream about is a crate of cold Skol. Watch as this guy goes around the city driving his Skol crate!
A blind spot at the World Cup Arena da Baixada in Curitiba, has left fans disappointed. One of the disappointed fans is Adamor Otto, 38, who bought a ticket to watch the last game of Spain on the World Cup. He paid R$ 180 (about U$D 70) for the ticket and discovered that the sector is poorly located. “I paid to see a corner kick,” he protested.
Brazil is doing great in the politicians point of view. The country does not need anything, only World Cup. Looks like the Brazilians are happy. Looks like the streets are good. They just do not have what Brazilians really need in everyday life but otherwise, they are very happy.
Brazilian entrepreneurs seem to have taken advantage of the World Cup in the country to feature the famous Brazilian way and profit more from the increased demand for services from tourists during the event. The host cities of the events received several complaints of unfair practices in consumer relations. Among the cases that draw attention, are charging up to R$120 (U$D 60) per period in parking lots near the stadium, taxi drivers running with no taximeters, different price for foreigners in restaurants and even collection of fees to get into bars.
Leonardo DiCpario knows how to have fun at this World Cup. The Topaz yacht and its crew, including DiCaprio and 20 friends, anchored in Buzios, at Praia do Canto, on Friday (13), as published on Epoca magazine. The American star left the boat and went for a ride at Orla Bardot, was recognized in the streets and entered into a store at the city center.
The Brazilian soccer player Ronaldo Gaúcho or Ronaldinho R10, is not playing at this years World Cup in Brazil but he is hitting a jackpot – ok, i wanted to say “batendo um bolão”. One of countless soccer related slangs Brazilians would use for someone that is playing well by renting his house in Rio de Janeiro at AirBnb.