The world watched USA’s Jermaine Jones and the referee collide in the USA versus Germany match on June 26th, 2014. Were either of them in the wrong?
There has been some debate about this on Facebook among my international friends. Some say the referee was not running the proper diagonal, some say he should not have been in front of the attacking wave and I point out he really was not doing either wrong based on what was going on at that time.
How to choose a world cup winner is easy with this infographic I found linked via a friend. Just follow the chart and you will have your team picked for you.
Our drive time video today discusses the direction of toilet paper once it is hung
We decided to start a daily recorded video dialogue as we drive to different cities. This one covers if the term math or maths is right.
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We had the pleasure of seeing Ghana versus USA in Natal at Arena das Dumas. I say pleasure because we realized we missed the Ghana fans since meeting them in South Africa.
Notice the two he is holding up. That was not a peace sign. It was the score they were predicitng to win by.
The stadium was much like Arena Pernambuco in size, layout and look. We had a much easier time getting to parking and a decent walk to the stadium. While there was still no signage, we read up on the websites and mapped everything out. We chose the college to park for free and it was the best choice for many reasons.
It’s been a few days since our last post. A lot can happen in a couple of days. we took our first drive to Natal to see the USA vs Ghana game. We prepared a little better for this trip and did a lot of research before the trip to find out more about travel and parking for the game, as before we found nothing on the FIFA website, but fortunately found some very useful information on blogs and the Brasilian government website. At Natal itself, pretty much zero in the way of signage to actually assist in the process, thank goodness for GPS and Waze.
Our seats for the USA game were much like the Ivory Coast v Japan game, right up there sitting next to St. Peter in the last but one row. We don’t have an issue with these seats as the view is fantastic, although the really loud cheering crowds tend to be much lower down closer to the pitch. Talking of fans, arriving in Natal was like a big party with the Ghana fans. These folks were singing and dancing big time and they never stopped, not before, not during and not after when their team had lost, true fans just having a great time.
Here are a couple of videos of the Ghana fans, and Chris’s introduction video.