On the beach, there will be a scattering of boats. Their sails drying in the sun will provide Sally with shade. Mornings, Sally will help the fisherman shove their boats off to sea. And spend her days swimming, reading, playing games with the seagulls, riding waves and talking to herself. At dusk, on a beach completely deserted, Sally will wait for the fishermen to come back. In their catch Sally will find the ingredients for her next meal: groupers, crayfish, or bream. That very evening Sally will barbecue them at home, by torchlight, in front of her hut.