Yakel is a small village on the Tanna Island in Vanuatu. The unique thing about Yakel is that people live there the same way their parents and grand parents used to live. The place looks like the time stopped there a very long time ago. People walk around half naked, women wearing skirts made of coconut fibre and men dressed only in namba, traditional penis sheath. There is no electricity in the village and they have to fetch water from the nearby river. Everything they eat is produced by them. They own next to nothing. They can’t read or write. Their houses are small and very simple. Children don’t have fancy toys. Their lives are extremely simple. Yet, they seem very happy.