There’s a World Cup going on if you hadn’t noticed, and while the matches go on there’s a metric tonne of script coming out of the country from the world’s assembled press. However one series that’s been great to read is Brazil 360, written by Brit sports journalist Reda Maher, who’s been sending back great postcards on Brazil life both involving and away from the games. Today’s example is on Sao Paulo and how its reaction to the cup is different from other places, with reasons offered and sharp observations. But today’s post is just one of a dozen and so far at least, each one is a window on Brazil and World Cup life well worth reading.
Long may this top series of posts continue, go read on this link.