Experience a unique perspective of Guanacaste, Costa Rica
I capture my travels through the lens because I want to give you the opportunity to experience details which are often overlooked. Quietly hiking though Guanacaste, Costa Rica is my kind of vacation. The silence inspires and motivates me to learn more about the culture of Costa Rica.
We hiked Rincón de la Vieja National Park, as well as the beaches of Jobo Bay and Playa Rajada.
We stayed near Jobo Bay which is located between the Gulf of Saint Elena and Salina Bay. Guanacaste, Costa Rica offers opportunities to explore the nearby beaches without renting a car. It was a relatively easy hike to Playa Rajada.
I vividly recall this location in particular.
This is where my camera went crashing down on the rocks because of a camera strap malfunction. Thankfully it only got partially wet and landed right side up. Miraculously, there was no damage to the lens and my Canon 5D Mark III didn't submerge itself into the ocean.
I lost the mode dial cap, but other than that, the camera escape virtually unscathed. Thank you Canon for building a camera that withstands daily use and even some unfortunate abuse in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
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