Up the Namib


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Over 24-hour’s drive from Cape Town, Skeleton Bay’s deserted left sand point is over a mile long. Longing for surf adventure? This wind-swept coast of Namibia offers sand spits, points, and beachbreaks along its long, desolate coast. Along with Brian Gable’s sidebar “Fruits of an Armchair Explorer” about his winning submission to “Surfing Magazine’s” second-annual “Google Earth Challenge”.