Sandy and vaguely sinister diamond-rich country in southwestern Africa, bordered by Angola to the north, Botswana to the east, and South Africa to the southeast, with a 950-mile Atlantic-facing coast. French journalist and surf photographer Arnaud de Rosnay, while working on a diamond mining story for Paris Match magazine in 1968, reported seeing a "surfer's paradise" of empty waves in southern Na...

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