Women and children flock to the beach in Tanghi to help fishermen bring their catch to shore. While waiting for the boats, they sing and dance on the sand, braid each other's hair, and take care of the little ones. Each person is given two or three fish, in many cases it's the only protein the family will have. Gambia sells fish to other countries in Africa. Close to the beach you can see the precarious "industry" of salted and smoked fish.