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Daily routines

Wandering around the north coast of the island, in a fishing village, it helps to understand the daily life of the local people, as a daily routine. The men go fishing early and at mid-morning more people begin to gather along the beach: the women await the daily catch by sitting and chatting while the men mostly set-up fruit stalls, taking advantage of the ever-growing influx of people. The elderly await the daily catch in order to auction them off playing Bao, which is very popular there. When they reach the boats and the fishermen unload their catch, other men clean the fish being auctioned, adjusting prices to the demand.

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