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Kids in Cuzco 1st January 2009

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    Harry, ik wens je voor het komende jaar en daarna heel veel gezondheid, succes en reisavonturen toe (met goede afloop uiteraard). Leuke foto, ben zelf maar heel kort in Cuzco geweest, dus weinig van kunnen zien. Kwamen s\'avonds aan moesten volgende ochtend al weer weg i.v.m. 4 daagse IncaTrail.
    leuk dat je na lange afwezigheid weer regelmatig foto\'s met ons deelt, ik blijf de site checken!

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Kids in Cuzco

The story behind "Kids in Cuzco"

Just outside the main market in Cuzco, Peru, these children were sitting next to a basket of fruit. I think they were supposed to sell it, so their parents could buy food. They might have thought that they rather cut out the middle man and eat the fruit directly…

With this simple image I wish you all a great 2009, may it be filed with joy, love and friendship and void of worries and hate. I have many more photos to share (but not enough time :), looking forward to your comments in the coming year.

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