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These are working farms, I suggest you make friends with a local farmer and help him farm the seaweed while you watch the sun setting on the horizon. You will always remember your experience here and you will make a friend for life.
We walked down to the farm at low tide, not realizing what it was. There was no signpost around the stone stairs that we descended, and nobody was around. It looked like an expansive, foul smelling sandy beach, with some trash and stray dogs about....More