Why Are You Not Here Surfing in Mexico Right Now?
Milenka Hrabovcak - Puerto Sessions
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July 18, 2016

It's not often you get to witness waves so powerful that shake the very ground you stand on. These spectacular gems delivered by Puerto Escondido really put things into perspective. Nature is god and surfers are merely humble servants of the sea.

We’ve seen plenty of hungry surfers flock to Puerto Escondido this summer for their chance to test the strength of their boards and their limits. There’s nothing like the look on a surfer’s face after a barrel’s blown their hair back and spat them out to safety. And this season Mexico is open for business with only one thing on the menu… barrels.

Note: Find more highlights from the author’s travels on Instagram

Related: Here’s What I’ve Learned After 366 Consecutive Days of Surfing (The Inertia)

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