They had gone to the exotic island looking for calm, relaxation and an escape from everything. Instead, what they found there was far from it.
As the full moon rose behind the clouds, sirens were heard – police, firebrigades, ambulances, you couldn’t tell.
Natives said they never before had seen such a destruction. A fire raging in the centre of town, people screaming, panicking, not knowing what to do. Viewing the commotion alone was enough to make you agitated, even if you were just a bystander.
For days, stories of witnesses, of survivors, of victims’ relatives would haunt everyone’s TV screen.
Also part of Friday Fictioneers