August 31, 2010
It’s high tide on a Wednesday, and the office is a thousand miles away. Palm trees bend and sway over the water’s edge. Reggae music emanates from a cheerfully painted surf shack on some unpaved sandy road nearby. It’s just you, a freshly waxed board, a little Bob and a lot of waves: an idyllic surfer’s rhapsody.
With over 1,500 miles of rugged coastline, countless breakers, and waves said to last more than a mile, the beaches of Peru are the perfect place to hang ten. It was on one of these pristine beaches that a group of local and international surfers shared a...
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