When Did Peru Turn Into Namibia?!

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For a long time, surf media has been referring to Peru as the Land of the Lefts*. Then came Namibia. Upon its international arrival, Skeleton Bay commanded the focus of every computer and phone across the surfosphere. All remaining luster for left-hand points was immediately pointed in Africa's direction, igniting what I’d like to think was a decade of fiery resentment within the once-revered surf nation of Peru. With COVID-19 creating incredible barriers to entry and the world at a general loss for viral African Go-Pro clips, now was the perfect time to strike. The sand lay steady, the swell aligned, and in the past month, Peru has taken back some of the love lost to its peppy African step-sister. See above for evidence. Film & Edit: Ignacio Arata x Stella Buanton

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