Guillermo Jury has scored.
He’s temporarily living out of a delivery truck in one Rio’s most sought-after parking areas: Copacabana’s Avenue of the Americas.
Thousands of fans are choosing to rough it in vehicles that range from the luxurious to the utilitarian — and even historic. Why? So they can afford tickets to the games, which cost hundreds of dollars.
VOA’s Scott Robb sheds some light on dedicated fans who are living on the cheap while enjoying the world’s largest sporting event.