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Chris Goes to the Beach near Manuel Antonio National Park

This is the beach right next to Manuel Antonio National Park. There were some people there, but not many. I bet that on a warm sunny day at the height of tourist season the place is packed.


Close up of the beach.


The terrain was very flat, so the beach was very very long. The water was about two inches deep for maybe 100 feet.


A child frolicks in the surf as the rain clouds move in.


An empty restaurant at the beach.


A surfer goes for one last run before the rain comes. Everyone else has gone home.


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