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Video: Surfing Tasty Barrels on the Cape of Good Hope

The Cape of Good Hope is known for two things, at least as far as surfing goes: Big barrels and tons of sharks. Luckily, this video from Billabong includes plenty of the former and little to none of the latter. There is an alleged shark sighting, but no one gets chomped.

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In terms of visually-striking edits, this one is hard to beat. The white sand beaches and turquoise waters of South Africa's windswept Cape are the perfect setting for a mildly moody surf trip.

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Namibia's Skeleton Coast doesn't have a lot going for it. The desert coast is inhospitable, home to dense fog, less than half an inch of annual rainfall, and over 1000 rusting shipwrecks. The local San people referred to it as "The Land That God Made in Anger," which is both quite poetic and a pretty solid indication that it's not a very nice place. RELATED: This Smooth Surf Edit is Yoga for the Eyes The major draw, besides shipwreck-sightseeing, is Skeleton Bay, home to some of Earth's