Shayne McIntyre, of Fuel TV's "On Surfari", was interviewed by a White House correspondent in regards to his recent trip to Liberia. A few words from Shayne as well as three images from the trip are featured in the piece. Click here to check out the full article at NewYorkTimes.com...
"...About a hundred feet away, the Atlantic was hurling itself at the shoreline in surging swells that crested in arc after arc. A trio of surfers — two Liberian, one Western — were riding a wave that started to break at a point called Shipwreck, before cresting directly across from the historic cottonwood tree where freed American blacks, including my great-great-great-great-grandfather, had carved their names in 1829 after their ship, the Harriet, arrived on the Liberian shore from Norfolk, Va...."
Information on lodging in Robertsport and other helpful information for surfers can be found at www.surfliberia.com/home.html.
Story by: Helene Cooper
Photos by: Brody