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Great Royaldevon 2021-05-08 6:34

Hello David,

There aren't many other people posting shots from this area and this is a fine, representative photograph of how the people obtain their food! (No popping down to the supermarket!)
Again, a composition which perfectly fits the panoramic style, to accentuate the effect of the fishermen, all in a line. They show up well against the pale sea surf.

My warm regards,
Bev :-)

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Old 05-08-2021, 03:19 PM
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Unlike many poor countries there is no hunger or starvation in Grenada.A vegetable called Callaloo grows everywhere and it makes a great soup.Bananas,mangoes and a fruit called Soursop are there for the picking.Goats provide milk,meat and after butchering leather.The seas teem with fish and crabs.Fresh Lobster costs next to nothing in the fish market or you can but direct from one of the local fishermen.
All of this is only to be found once one gets away from the south with its wall to wall super luxury hotels with their 4 pools and 6 restaurants.A great many holiday makers never leave the hotel and its compound and they could be in anywhere in the tropics.And so they do not see island life.So sad.
In the capital St George’s which is in the south and in some towns they have small supermarkets which sell imported western goods but they are expensive
We always stay near Sauteurs which is in the north well away from the horrors of the south.Where we stay has the ocean in front and the jungle behind.
With my best regards,David.
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