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but nonetheless, they were very friendly. After most of the people had left, there were two young guys remaining on the beach with us. A writer named Mike, who, like us, wasn’t from the island. He was renting a small cabin for a week so he could ‘get away from it all’ to work on his book. And the other, a young man named Felix from South Africa, who was trading work for accommodations on some local organic farms. He was what’s called a wwoofer (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms), which is someone who works on organic farms in exchange for food, accommodations and an opportunity to learn about organic lifestyles. During the few weeks Felix had been there, he’d met a lot of long time residents and seemed to know where all the action was. He sort of


warned us that some people might not want their photos taken. We explained that we didn’t want to share the island location, but just wanted to photograph interesting people. Long story short… we drove the two guys both back to their respective houses and headed back to our place to make dinner. We cooked the last of the meat we brought and then headed to the bar. It was a slow night there. A guy who was quite stoned wandered in and sat down with us since we were the only ones on the deck at that point. He was relatively new to the island, having been there for only a couple of years. When it was last call, he suggested we get a six- pack of off sales beer and meet him at his place. He had kayaked to the bar so he had to paddle home while we followed his directions via road as best we could.


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