A visit in Rio de Janeiro without a walk along the Copacabana would be like Paris without having a look at the Eiffel Tower. It is the never-ending beach of fine sand which makes out the myth of the city.
So, I had a walk on the pre-cooled way to the water. Unfortunately, on my first trip to the beach I mustn’t swim because the waves are too strong. So, I just went along the beach and chilled.
Under an umbrella I made myself comfortable on a sun lounger and watch the tourists, locals and beach vendors passing by. You can get everything here: bikinis, drinks, food and souvenirs.
With its length of 4 km I could not have missed the chance to go jogging with only a few other people on the beach this morning. The feeling of the fine powder sand and the ocean waves which repeatedly touched my feet gave me a feeling of complete freedom.
Now you might think this beach is like every beach because you haven’t had the pleasure to be here so far; this beach is unique. In my opinion, it’s one of these beaches which belong to the most beautiful places you really should visit.
It doesn’t matter if it’s summer or winter, there is only one suitable dress code here: shorts and shirt. Most of the time I skip the shoes, because the temptation is to dip your feet into the cool water is too overwhelming to be resisted.
A Fish named Fred