Surfers Discover and Ride a Picture-Perfect, Chocolate-Colored River Wave That Breaks For Miles in Indonesia
The wave that goes and goes and goes...
Surfing perfection used to mean aquamarine, machine-like waves at Scorpion Bay in Mexico or Jeffreys Bay in South Africa. It turns out surfing perfection may happen in a river in an Indonesian jungle, in chocolate-colored water that is home to crocodiles. A wave that breaks for miles. A wave called Seven Ghosts.
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