Episode 119: Do Not Blame The Sea

In 2004, the Tsunami that hit Sri Lanka killed 8 members of this small fishing family. And yet today, they still fish (either on stilts or in a boat) because they have to do it to survive. The family lives in a small hut with a back “window” that opens onto the ocean — the same sea that gives life also takes it away. ┬áSpecial Thanks to Intrepid Travel.

  • http://about.me/neillk Neill Kramer

    Another excellent portrait. Thank you.

  • Tom Boyden

    Lot of emotion evoked in 5 minutes, lovely as usual.

  • Roxy Lerner

    Thanks Guys, I was mezmerized by this video.

  • http://driftersblog.com/ JR Riel

    This was a truly touching story. You’re right, it deserves to gain traction and be seen more I tweeted it just now, hope it helps!

    • http://driftersblog.com/ JR Riel

      The story of the mother who follows her son to the sea every day brought tears to my eyes. Growing up on a small island in Hawaii, we were raised living off of the sea, and I see my mom in that woman.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mary.q.mccallum Mary Quinn Mccallum

    Gorgeous, deep. Real.

  • http://twitter.com/ordimario Mario Rios


  • Foody 2 and Oliver

    Hopeful, painful, poignant, real. Thank you.