In TSJ 27.6, Nate Zoller, Alan Van Gysen, and Michael Nulty trek through the cities and jungles of Equatorial Guinea, ultimately settling down for a handful of sandbar wedges near the outlet of the Rio Moaba. In a country infamous for coup attempts and an oil-fed corporatocracy, theirs was likely a first-ever survey of the local surf potential. The vid above catches up with them ensconced in their tents in the jungle. For a full journaling of the rest of the trip, pick up a copy of the new issue.
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