Vancouver school bus bound for World Cup in Brazil

Some Vancouver soccer fans are hoping to take the scenic route to the World Cup in Brazil next month – by driving an old school bus all the way to Rio de Janeiro in time for the kick off.
It's driven through U.S., Mexico, almost all of Central America 2:04

Some Vancouver soccer fans are hoping to take the scenic route to the World Cup in Brazil next month – by driving an old school bus all the way to Rio de Janeiro in time for the kick off.

Earlier this week the bus was in Panama, where the CBC's Richard Zussman spoke to the organizer about their ambitious journey and the roadblocks they've already encountered on the treacherous road to Rio.

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