Life on the water

People Baggio often called “sea gypsies”. In some areas of Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines, they still continue a nomadic life, living in the sea without drinking sea water and electricity, and hit the beach only to bury their relatives. Today we will visit Malaysia to see the real life on the water.

Life on the water
Baggio – ethnic groups in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

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Despite the fact that over time, more and more are moving to the land Baggio, some communities still live a nomadic life on the water.
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These Baggio come ashore only to sell their catch, collect drinking water so to bury a relative.
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Fishing is the main occupation and source of income. At the age of 4 years, children begin to fish, octopus and lobster.
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Fishing is the main occupation and source of income. At the age of 4 years, children begin to fish, octopus and lobster.
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There is no internet, television or running water, but there is clean air, environmental, seafood and complete independence from the crisis and foreign exchange rates.
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They like it here.
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Almost vacation in the Maldives.

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