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Manchester United June 2016

UNITED KINGDOM | Tue, 7 Jun 2016 | By andywu217 | Views [191]

Today I got to see the wonderful Manchester United stadium. Never have I even had an interest in soccer, but I decided to see the stadium to immerse myself in the culture that defines itself here in Europe! Football has quite a history spanning back ... Read more >

Tags: manchester united, manchester united stadium, soccer

Tango in the colourful streets of Buenos Aires

ARGENTINA | Fri, 11 Sep 2015 | By sheree | Views [473]

The worst part about arriving in a new city or place is figuring out where the hell you are and how to get to your hostel. It always calls for a little tension between Matt and I, trying to figure out directions and maps, trying to speak Spanish to locals ... Read more >

Tags: boca, cemetery, evita, japanese gardens, markets, meat, soccer, stadium, tango, wine

Korean Soccer (Football)

SOUTH KOREA | Tue, 19 Aug 2014 | By megandrob | Views [251]

Robin is absolutely going to kill me for calling it soccer, but hey, I am the Soutie, so he could have written this HIS way if he had wanted to. I have decided to be democratic, and combine both "soccer" and "football"... From now on, it will be known ... Read more >

Tags: fans, soccer, suwon bluewings

Kicking a Soccer Ball Around the World

NAMIBIA | Wed, 28 Mar 2012 | By lisaf | Views [1221]

There is one universal language – and that’s soccer! In the Northern hemisphere this may be known as football, but to me that’s the word for Rugby League (Tigers to be exact). In almost every country that I have been to, soccer has been ... Read more >

Tags: namibia, soccer, spitzkoppe

I like Futbol

SPAIN | Mon, 5 Dec 2011 | By latinaviajera | Views [519]

En mi primer día como instructor de ingles, los maestros me pidieron que me presentara y que dejara tiempo para preguntas y respuestas. Empezando, “Hi everybody my name is Karina and I’m from Texas” volteaba a mi alrededor y parecía que había ... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, soccer, spain, teaching

One Less Thief on the Streets...

ARGENTINA | Sat, 29 Jan 2011 | By sobrea | Views [928] | Comments [3]

The last blog left off when we were walking around Puerto Madero. We were pretty tired and only had a little of time before our bus ride so it was hard for us to decide whether we should go to La Boca or not. Eventually we decided to ... Read more >

Tags: buenos aires, camera, la boca, robbery, safe, soccer, stadium, tango

True Travel Tales - World Cup Alive

BOLIVIA | Mon, 1 Nov 2010 | By true-claims-stories | Views [3294]

Every journey has a story; every trip has its unexpected twists. Plan and prepare as you may, some things happen on the road that take you out of your element, push you to your limit, and even put you in danger. These are the tales of triumph over ... Read more >

Tags: bolivia, football, soccer, south america, terrifying travel tales, world cup

10 Ways To Survive Post World Cup South Africa

SOUTH AFRICA | Mon, 19 Jul 2010 | By OffTheBeatenPath | Views [3546] | Comments [2]

Vibrant, exciting, safe, secure, developing, progressing, charming, peaceful and promising are all words I could use to describe South Africa. Did I mention that I was there for the 2010 FIFA World Cup? Over the three weeks I was there, I experienced ... Read more >

Tags: africa, football, off the beaten path, safari, safety, soccer, south africa, sports, travel, world cup

The World Cup - How to Stay Safe at the Games

SOUTH AFRICA | Tue, 13 Apr 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [3236]

Excited, but just a little nervous about your once-in-a-lifetime trip to The World Cup huh?  You've might have heard reports that South Africa can be a dangerous place to travel at best of times, let alone when the crowds swell both in their massive ... Read more >

Tags: africa, football, soccer, south africa, sports, travel, travel-advice is-it-safe-to-travel-to, travel-safety-tips, world cup 2010

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Going to South Africa

SOUTH AFRICA | Tue, 13 Apr 2010 | By safetyhub | Views [6913] | Comments [6]

Traveling in South Africa is an unparalleled confluence of culture(s), wildlife and entertainment. Ultimately, it’s like nowhere you’ve ever been. The natural geography includes coastal regions with some of the best beachfront and shark watching ... Read more >

Tags: africa languages, football, holiday, soccer, south africa, sports, travel, travel-advice is-it-safe-to-travel-to, travel-safety-tips, world cup 2010

El fútbol: the latest hot ticket item for travellers

ARGENTINA | Thu, 29 Oct 2009 | By safetyhub | Views [2276]

To call football in Argentina a religion would be an understatement. With over 3000 registered teams, two World Cups trophies and the greatest player that ever lived (simply known as 'El Diego'), you cannot escape the game’s magnetic pull. Seeing ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, futbol, safety, soccer, sports, travel, travel-safety, travel-safety-tips

The Austrian Expiriance

AUSTRIA | Sat, 14 Jun 2008 | By tinka | Views [848] | Comments [1]

Ok - so the last two days since I updated have flown and as usual were jam-packed with all this stuff I can hardly wrap my head around.  We drove from the Czech Republic all the way through the province to Petronell-Carnuntum, Austria; which right next ... Read more >

Tags: concetration camps, driving, euro cup, schönbrunn palace, soccer


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