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Do what you really love, surfing

by on Tuesday 11th February, 2014   15128 Visits   Comments

“It’s all good here in Sahara. It’s been one month since I left and I am going to Mauritania tomorrow, then Senegal, Gambia, Ginea…” Said Kepa Acero, already deep into his journey in search of waves along the West Coast of Africa.

Kepa is driving the length of coastal West Africa by car on a solo adventure searching for waves, doing what he does best, and spreading the surf stoke to everyone he meets. “Africa´s historic conflicts and hard conditions makes this the most unknown coastline in the world.” This makes it especially hard, but also interesting to explore.” Kepa said before heading off to surf another empty point.

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