Hey Travelers! Today, I’ll take you on a glimpse into my daily life in Rio de Janeiro. It’s Sunday…let’s see what happens today.
My day starts with a morning stroll along the streets of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. On Sundays in Rio, they close the main street next to the beach to allow for pedestrian activities. Families come out to walk, bike, and enjoy the beach environment. This is a great way to relax and breathe in the fresh Rio beach air.
One interesting aspect of living in Brazil is the perception of winter. Unlike the winters I experience in my hometown of Baltimore, Brazilian winters are mild, with temperatures ranging from 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. I sometimes feel warmer outside than in my own apartment. It’s super different than what I experience at home.
As part of my Sunday routine, I treat myself to a visit to the beach, even during the mild winter. I am so thankful to be able to dip my feet in the water, even though it’s winter. It’s a cool perk of living abroad, especially in a place as stunning as Rio de Janeiro.
Back at home, I whip up a smoothie. My goal is to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into my diet. Today, I make a beet, apple, and banana smoothie. It’s a simple way I get my daily dose of vitamins;
Sometimes when we think of traveling, we think about adventure, excitement, and exploring. When you live in another country it’s a bit different. Living abroad includes routines, local customs, and the mundane. This glimpse into my life serves as a reminder that even the most ordinary aspects of life can become extraordinary when experienced in a new and foreign setting.
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