Stories from Cabo Corrientes

Around Cabo Corrientes in the department of Chocó, where the jungle mountain rushes over the Colombian Pacific, lives a community of Afro-Colombians descended from slaves to the Spanish colonization, the so-called Maroons. In that narrow strip, and far from the world, they are dedicated  to agriculture and fishing, building sailboats with the wood of a single log. Life has been hard at se. The storms made trips to sell bananas to the nearest city...