On Corn Island we find ourselves going to bed later and sleeping in later – not so much in rhythm of the daylight but in slavery to electricity. When the power’s on you’re in the mood to stay up and socialize. When it cuts out and the heat seethes, it’s better to stare at the sea or sleep.
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