You may recall a few months ago when I was traveling in Spain. I went to Costa Brava in Spain’s Catalunya region and did a kayaking/snorkeling excursion there. When I was staying at my hostel there I met some very friendly and mature Norwegian teenagers who were backpacking around for a few weeks. We exchanged stories and I learned about the Nordic life from them. I enjoyed their company greatly! The day that I went on my excursion, one of them was kind enough to allow me to use his underwater camera to take some photos. I used the camera, but it stopped working during the dive. I left the camera for them at the desk the next day and didn’t get to see them before they left. They left me a note saying that they had to leave and would try to get the pictures to me later.
So fast-forward until yesterday.
I just received an email from Norway with my pictures. I was thrilled to find out that his camera started working again. Apparently, it had not been washed after its last use and some salt had crystallized under the battery casing, which caused it to have a slight amount of moisture. After letting it dry out, it started working again. Thankfully!
Anyways, I didn’t know what else to do with the pictures, and I thought that the best thing to do was to share them with you. Which is your favorite?
Snorkeling in Costa Brava was a really nice experience for me. I loved the small town that I visited there as well.
Did you like Wild Horses? Check out my excursion to the Spanish Pyrenees mountains, complete with pictures of wild horses, cows, goats, and amazing landscape. Happy travels!