Far away from the rest of the world. We take a trip to McCallum, on the south coast, to see what life is like for the few people that still remain.

No roads, no vehicles, no cellphone service. McCallum is a slice of what life was like. It's one of the few communities left on the island where fishing is the lifeblood and residents live in isolation.

With the population dwindling to new lows, the town's future is uncertain to say the least. Reporter Gavin Simms recently rode across on the ferry to capture a day in the life of McCallum.

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