The long stretch of the beach is within the city. So after a tiring office work, you may just dip into the water and swim your worries. You may witness the beautiful sunset at red beach of Praia Vermelha, this is just around four kilometres from Copacabana. The beach becomes red as the sun bids farewell for the day. How I wish to have this in the Philippines, maybe only if we tried to save Manila Bay.
|Grounding At Rio de Janeiro|
At the shore of Copacabana Beach, there is a bike and running lane. The route lane is around five kilometers, perfect for a daily exercise. You don’t need to spend anything because everybody can just bike, run, or swim here. Copacabana beach is different from Praia Vermelha beach.
|Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro|
Football. Of course, football. Just imagine the number of basketball courts we have here, in the Philippines, in almost every corner, that’s how much they love football.
|Football in Rio|
Keep in mind that the Centro – where you may buy your havaianas and other items for homecoming gifts, closes at 1pm on Saturday until the next day. So better buy your goods during weekdays.
|Thank you Rio!|
|Definitely, I'll be back (kung loloobin :D) - this is near the Red Beach and Sugar Loaf|
"I feel that I have a second home here in Brazil." - Jerelyn Vinluan
Info and Photo Credits: Jerelyn Vinluan
Photo Credit: Jonathan Adizas