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2 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The concept is great. Take an all-American football star and send him around the world to meet other cultures and get to know the people while learning their sport. At first I didn't think I would like it, because I am not into sports. I would say this is more about a cultural adventure. The emphasis is learning the sport, but we see much going on with the food, the people, their forms of leisure, and more.

A neat way to explore the world through a young curious athlete's eyes. He is a good sport on a personal level (not that I know him,) and entertaining to watch him in his adventures. This is sort of like a reality Indiana Jones except with Dhani Jones !!!

Bravo !!!!


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