January 4, 2010 after a morning Ms. Bernard, the St. Francis orphanage run by Sister Flora, we venture the afternoon Caycoq.
Young people waiting for us at the exit of the hotel and would like to join us in the village.
They are three in number and are named Djemel, Lovenski said Kiki and Jimmy.
We begin with a cross-diving fisherman named Frendick. There fishing sare (bata Creole). In 40 minutes, he caught 4 kg of small fish and dipped 14 times to 7 meters deep.
The canoes are made of mango that is inexpensive. These boats "woods searched" called.
For the nets, floats are made aves pieces of "flip flops" recovered from the beaches. Coconut can not be used is too heavy. Conch shells serve fleet.
The net a depth of 10 meters at a cost of 4,000 gourdes (about 75 euros) price.
The shipyard, we learn that the construction of a boat takes between 2 and 3 months (then with some power tools, it would suffice to 3 weeks) and costs 16,000 gourdes (about 300 euros).