Lots of and attentive guides who were very talkative and funny.
We were taken out to the spot outside of town where the crab pots with the crabs were. Then we took them to town, and cooked them and had a feast in the shelter. Thelist of guests sit around long tables and this gave me thenopportunity to speak to some of them during our feast. Very interesting.
We were also told about the cooking process and some local food culture.
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