Early Sunday morning in Black Rock, Tobago. The streets are dead quiet, seemingly desolate of human activity. The salty air is filled with the sounds of local, morning birds — carib grackles, parrots, and the occasional cocrico. The waves of Stonehaven Bay, a short distance away, provides a constant rhythm. As the morning moves on, lone farmers, hauling heavy ware and supplies, are seen. A breakfast shed, selling coconut bake and saltfish, opens for business.
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