Sunrise in Macae
Our hotel was right next to the beach, which was only annoying as after the first day we didn't really have any free time
No swimming, the sea is dangerous
Locals having fun with the waves
I also got a board, but managed to break it in the first wave.
Too bad, the waves only got better
Locals playing volleyball in the evening
Baywatch-running in the morning
After two days of medical tests we found out they didn't value our IRATA certs. We had to do a local "work at height” NR35-course. We did some hauling, climbed ladders and watched a video about a random guy committing suicide. Very informative, I had no idea what happens if you fall 30 meters to the ground.
Street art with Johnny
More street art without Johnny
More street art with Johnny
Our crazy driver
Views from the road back to Rio
Traffic on the sea
I had a few hours before my flight so I decided to check out some tourist attractions
Jesus statue seen from Mirante Dona Marta
A local animal
There are some stairs you need you climb to get to the statue. Of course there is a solution for fat people as well.
No need to be alone at Christ the Redeemer. I have never seen as many selfie sticks in one place.
There is some climbing at Sugarloaf Mountain as well
Some rich people checking out the statue
Christ the Redeemer