In this issue: For decades, surfers have traveled to Nicaragua to capitalize on its world-class waves and relentless offshore winds. But only recently has this triggered a larger boom in tourism, with foreign investors and local developers looking to cash in. Maxwell Klinger heads south to investigate the winds of change sweeping across Nicaragua. Sixteen miles off the coast of Tasmania sits Pedra Branca, an ominous rock spire emerging from the violent seascape. The wave there is the stuff of nightmares: a giant, thick-lipped right-hander breaking into deep, dark water.