Have you chosen where in Brazil you are going for the World Cup?
Each of the hosting cities are unique and a very different experience from what you are used to.
From North to South, you'll experience different landscapes, weather, food, and music. Only one thing remains the same: The passion for football.
* Football is more than a sport.
* Football unifies a nation.
* Watching football people experience moments of joy and excitement.
And this is what I want you to experience: The best of Brazil.
I've cooked up this book of language, culture and travel advice to help you as a first time visitor.
In this Spoken Book, I'll take you on a visit to a Brazilian buffet restaurant, I'll show you the culture of haggling, You'll know 10 things you shouldn't forget to bring, and I'll teach you the essential words for ordering in a restaurant. Without them you'll be ignored.
To finish off, no matter what city you're visiting, I'll make sure you know how to make the most out of it.
Good. A feel for how it is like to visit.
I immigrated to South America before the Internet. This sort of information would have been invaluable back then.
The book is shorter than traditional guide books, but instead of covering a lot of facts that are easy to find, it gives a feel for what it is really like to visit.
Great advice for a Gringo like me
When I first visited Brazil I tried to find the hidden gems on my own luck. I made some of the classic mistakes as a Gringo. Those were costly mistakes.
With this book I would have saved thousands of pounds on my trip to Salvador.