While living and traveling through Brazil from May 2015 to Aug. 2015, I learned much more about soccer, journalism, photography, life, loneliness, passion, pleasure, fun, people and food than I anticipated.
Manaus, Brazil — It may be winter in some areas of Brazil, but in the heart of the Amazon, you can’t go a few seconds without sweating buckets.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — The beautiful game is an integral part of many lives in Rio, and that’s no more evident than on the beach of Copacabana.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood, Parque da Catacumba offers breathtaking views after a steep but pleasant hike.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — If you had any doubts about it before, I’m here to tell you that passion for soccer is alive and well in Brazil.
When you travel to a new country with expensive items, you undoubtedly will worry about the safety of them, but I will take my camera abroad, and even if I lose it or it is stolen from me, there is one reason why I cannot leave it behind.
Not too many people were there on that Friday morning, and when they opened at 9 a.m., R500 was the first number called up.