It turned out that Carnival was just about the most dangerous time to go downtown.
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A girl who broke both her legs and lost most of her left hand under the rubble is still fighting for her dream: to become a nurse.
In Havana, I interviewed Victor, a Cuban taxi driver who showed me his family pride, a 1958 Mercedes with a few very special features such as "air-conditioning."
Though we all carry a little piece of Jamaica in us thanks to Bob Marley, his relaxed style of reggae doesn't suit everyone in Kingston.
During my last four days in San José it was constantly raining, but today suddenly there was a little sun out so I took my camera and ran out to see what was happening.
Every day, parades started in the old town going down to the boulevard and all the way onwards to Panama City's impressive new town with its beautiful skyline.
In the photo I took I tried to emphasize the positive things about Suriname. There have been tensions between the several ethnic group,s but I get the feeling that in the end they all feel Surinamese.
In Guyana, the South American country also known as "The Land of Many Waters," I went to the mining town of Bartica and survived quite a bumpy ride on the way.
Caracas was already a difficult place to shoot: I needed an armed bodyguard to watch my back.
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