Cerillos, Bolivia . . . by Andrew Gibson
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Local children in Cerillos, a village near San Antonio de Lipez in southwest Bolivia. The village is high (around 4000 metres above sea level), cold and very remote. The people make a living herding llamas and once a week a truck comes through which takes them to the town of Tupiza (nearly a day away) where they can sell llama meat and wool and buy things they need.