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AE A Trip South | For the Capital City Weekly A dry, stiff wind pours through my layers, chilling the bones. It's coming from the direction of Sajama, a 6,500-meter volcano protruding aggressively like a stage-three zit on the smooth, flat face of the Altiplano. I slowly chew on a piece of llama sausage as I watch a herd of them graze on the river banks.

A Trip South: Keeping hydrated

School children and their teacher have a lesson in the greenhouse they maintain in Bolivia.
Photo By Edwin Torrez
School children and their teacher have a lesson in the greenhouse they maintain in Bolivia.
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