Travelling in 2009, I came across those people living their entire lives at sea. Where are they from? from which ethnic group? What is the name of the sea? None of these questions matters. My heart is simply touched by their choice of life , as well as their attitudes . I Followed with seven visits, during which time I was not just an outside observer.
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