Surviving on the Underground Railroad to Colombia
We wake up on the streets of La Laguna after a frigid night. Our group has been walking and hitchhiking from the Venezuelan border for six days. Moisés, 18, is hungry and wants to buy some food for the long road ahead.
“I have 500 pesos (about 20 cents USD),” he says and looks at the rest of the group. They return blank stares.