We visited the island of Sieck, we crossed the beach on foot when the tide was low (because otherwise we would have been trapped by the sea).
We walked for about 15 minutes and we stopped to look at a few stones which were not very visible from the path. We were told that it was an oven for seaweeds to make soda , products to add to medecines ( iodine) and cosmetics.
Then we continued walking and we stopped in front of a house in ruins that was once a school ,abandoned after The second Worl War, because of the lack of students.
Today, on the island, there is only a small harbor with a few boats.
Another interesting detail: that island has the shape of a sea-horse 🙂
Sieck is a lovely island but too small for me.
by Victor A.+ teacher.