I was rereading the blog last night to remind myself about what stood out at the time that I was writing .The hotel , the fishermen and their families ,the meals , and the beach itself were truly memorable . It is hard to narrow down the photos ( as it has been all along ) but I think these might capture that time .
The KitchenA small restaurant about a 15 minute walk from the hotel . Good food ,good vibe .
Sorting to dryThe women laid the little fish on these tarps to dry in the sun . Around 3 they would be able to collect them to be bagged for shipping mostly to Bangledesh
BuyingSOme of the women were there to shop. Possibly for resale or for restaurants or home use.
Paying The woman in the middle kept track of it all .
TruckloadNot sure where the trucks went after they left the beach
Day 3 SunsetThe roof line on the left is the guard house on the corner of the property.
200 boatsI hope you can click on this one . When we got back after supper we could see the line of light on the horizon . Our barman told us that there were @ 200 boats out that night . 40 from our cove and the rest from the 2 coves that were further south .