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I can’t decide which I was more impressed by: witnessing the massive wave that hits the reef islands at Playa Puerto Nuevo at 0:34, or the fact that not a single person at the whole beach seems to be remotely bothered by the event whatsoever. Then again, I would certainly find it hard to get stressed out about anything if I were spending a sunny afternoon at an enclosed beach in Vega Baja, Puerto Rico.

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Alex Scola

Alex is a recent graduate from Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Though originally from Las Vegas, he continues to live in Portland where he produces and plays electronic music, and works odd-jobs (occasionally as a personal trainer). In his free-time, he is currently working on finishing a full-length album, and touching every continent.

  • http://www.candicedoestheworld.com/ Candice Walsh

    Hahaha, I love that girl who’s not even facing the beach…just sitting in her chair drinkin’ her drank. No big deal.

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