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Vietnam extends in an S shape roughly 1,000 miles south from China to the Gulf of Thailand, and is bordered to the east by the South China Sea. While good surf is a rarity along most of Vietnam's tropical jungle-lined shore, the smaller continental shelf along the bulging central coast allows for bigger waves there than in the northern and southern portions of the country. The central Vietnamese...

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